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Friday, January 27th 2012, 6:58pm

The German Foreign Ministry in Berlin applauds the wisdom of all parties in swiftly reaching a peace agreement on so equitable a basis.

With the conclusion of hostilities and the signature of a definitive peace agreement, the German Government announces the end of restrictions on the entry into the former war zone of German merchant shipping and the resumption of normal trade between the former combatants.


Saturday, January 28th 2012, 3:03am

The American State Department in Washington D.C. approves of the return of peace and stability to the Far East.

American commerce shall resume promptly.


Saturday, January 28th 2012, 12:25pm

The British Government too is very pleased to see peace return and business as ususal.

Diplomatically we see it as Phillippines 1 China 0. China has an interesting future ahead having been largely sidelined and rebuffed now by almost all the local power bases and its only erstwhile ally has remained silent through in blissful ignorance. Methinks there will still be interesting times ahead in the Far East.


Sunday, January 29th 2012, 8:08am

Wooooo!!! Mexico is most pleased two of its friends are no longer fighting, time to sell military equipment to both...


Friday, February 3rd 2012, 8:55pm

Forbidden City, 20th January

It was late in the evening, when his majesty the emperor hold the news of the signing of the peace treaty in his hands.
"At last peace ! ", he thought. "We haven't lost our face. Deng Hau Min did a good job. Let future generations decide
whether it was eventually a victory or a defeat for our empire.