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The United States Has Not Lost the South China Sea
September 01, 2017
The United States Has Not Lost the South China Sea
Despite some setbacks, the United States has not lost influence in the vital waterway.
The United States Has Not Lost the South China Sea
Do US Actions in the South China Sea Violate International Law?
April 24, 2017
Do US Actions in the South China Sea Violate International Law?
American actions in the region could be viewed as a “threat or use of force.”
Do US Actions in the South China Sea Violate International Law?
Hybrid Warfare in the South China Sea: The United States’ ‘Little Grey (Un)Men'
December 31, 2016
Hybrid Warfare in the South China Sea: The United States’ ‘Little Grey (Un)Men'
Unmanned systems are ideal for hybrid/political warfare, and UUVs are the newest sharks in the water.
Hybrid Warfare in the South China Sea: The United States’ ‘Little Grey (Un)Men'
US Admiral: ‘China Seeks Hegemony in East Asia’
February 25, 2016
US Admiral: ‘China Seeks Hegemony in East Asia’
The head of U.S. PACOM wants more attack subs and long-range missiles to counter Chinese expansion in the Asia-Pacific.
US Admiral: ‘China Seeks Hegemony in East Asia’
Top US Admiral: ‘Nobody Owns’ the South China Sea
October 24, 2015
Top US Admiral: ‘Nobody Owns’ the South China Sea
The U.S. Navy's most senior officer is adamant about enforcing "international rules and norms" in the South China Sea.
Top US Admiral: ‘Nobody Owns’ the South China Sea
Beijing Strikes Back: U.S. 'Militarizing' South China Sea
July 31, 2015
Beijing Strikes Back: U.S. 'Militarizing' South China Sea
China's Defense Ministry is retaliating against recent U.S. remarks in kind.
Beijing Strikes Back: U.S. 'Militarizing' South China Sea
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