Sifting through South China Sea maritime issues
Lecturer at the Indonesian Defense University
PREMIUM Tension in the South China Sea (SCS) is not receding despite the ruling of international arbitration on the territorial waters between the Philippines and China. Rivalry persists not only between maritime powers but also between the claimants. In particular, a spat between the United States and China has reached an alarming level for littoral Southeast Asian nations, as it may tilt the region&r...
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