November 5, 2012

Asia's New Naval Chess Game

C. Raja Mohan, The Diplomat

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As in the Cold War, so in the current power play between the United States and China, the rest of Asia will simply not submit itself to the discipline of a bipolar framework. Asia will actively shape and be shaped by the emerging strategic dynamic between Washington and Beijing.

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