10 ways for America to deal with the South China Sea challenge

(From The National Interest)

Maritime tensions in Asia are growing and will persist, and yet relations are likely to remain bounded below the threshold of military conflict.

Despite maritime tensions in Asia,  relations are likely to remain bounded below the threshold of military conflict

Despite maritime tensions in Asia, things will not move toward a military conflict

Steering through intensified competition in the South China Sea and beyond requires a realistic U.S. foreign policy founded on deep engagement, comprehensive power, and durable principles.

Cooperating with China when interests overlap is in the U.S. national interest. Read more



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