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China's South China Sea Militarization has Peaked

Poster:Post date:2019-08-22
Catergory:Commentaries
Region:(China)
Issue:(Chinese Politics)
(Foreign Policy, By Steven Stashwick) Increasing its overt military capability on its artificial islands in the South China Sea does little to increase China's control over the vital maritime crossroads. Despite the limited strategic and operational value of these islands, China is increasing its militarization of the islands to demonstrate the governing legitimacy and political primacy of the Chinese Communist Party. <Accessed 2019-08-22>  
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