Large scale joint military maneuver involving Russian and Chinese forces slated to take place the second half of 2005

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From: Harry Cooper [mailto:sharkhunters@earthlink.net
Sent: Monday, December 27, 2004 3:29 PM
To: sharkhunters
Subject: Cold War

Is the "Cold War" really over? We just received this from a Member in the Far East.

"It is not in the papers, but sources in Tokyo say that in Moscow, the Russian cabinet's decision has been published regarding the large scale joint military maneuver involving Russian and Chinese forces slated to take place the second half of 2005.

"The Russian Defense Minister, Mr. Ivanon, made it clear that the SSBNs and nuclear-capable long-range strategic bombers would take part. Also, joint operations of Russian and Chinese nuclear submarines in Asian waters (against U.S. naval forces) are likely to be part of the plan.

"You may hear about this in U.S. media in detail very soon, but this will be the first report you will hear."

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