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Stirring up the South China Sea (III): A Fleeting Opportunity for Calm
Stirring up the South China Sea (III): A Fleeting Opportunity for Calm
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Trilateral North East Asia Summit Signals a Return to Cooperation
Trilateral North East Asia Summit Signals a Return to Cooperation
Law enforcement personnels examine passing ships with telescopes on the patrol vessel Haixun-21 on the South China Sea, on 21 April 2015. AFP/Guo Qiuda
Report 267 / Asia

Stirring up the South China Sea (III): A Fleeting Opportunity for Calm

The South China Sea is the cockpit of geopolitics in East Asia, and growing tensions pose a serious threat to stability in the region. China and ASEAN must take advantage of the currently favourable environment to establish new codes of crisis management, especially at sea, to withstand any new conflicts.

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