Conflict in a Crowded Sea: Risks of Escalation in the South China Sea
By Alexander C. Tan and Neel Vanvari
The South China Sea is a crowded region with a substantial level of military capabilities already present. The risks of escalation are real.
Will the South China Sea Spark the Next Global Conflict?
By Richard Javad Heydarian
In Asia’s maritime heartland, all the ingredients of a global cataclysm are conspiring against the post-Cold War period of peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific.
How the US-China Trade War Could Impact the South China Sea
By Trinh Le
A nationalist and wounded China, faced with the economic consequences of the trade war, will be a dangerous prospect.