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U.S. Shift in South China Sea Raises Risk of Clash on the Water

By Philip J. Heijmans and Andreo Calonzo (Bloomberg) — The Trump administration’s move to brand most of Beijing’s claims in the South China Sea a violation of international law doesn’t mean much on its own: China has repeatedly refused to acknowledge the 2016 tribunal ruling that the U.S. finally just endorsed. But analysts fear it […]

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