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Risk Of Conflict Between US, China Rising In South China Sea – Analysis

Eurasia Review Saturday, 11 July 2020 ()
Risk Of Conflict Between US, China Rising In South China Sea – AnalysisBy Drake Long

The risk of the United States and China stumbling into conflict in the South China Sea is rising as their military exercises intensify and other nations adopt a more muscular presence in this key regional hotspot, analysts said.

An increasingly assertive China has been sending survey ships in waters where...
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The Trump administration piled pressure on China Monday - rejecting nearly all of Beijing's territorial claims in the South China Sea. Gloria Tso reports.

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