December 24, 2013

U.S. & China: World's Top Rogue States

Brahma Chellaney, Project Syndicate

The Associated Press

On the face of it, China’s recent declaration of an air defense identification zone (ADIZ) extending to territories that it does not control has nothing in common with America’s arrest and strip-search of a New York-based Indian diplomat for allegedly underpaying a housekeeper she had brought with her from India. In fact, these episodes epitomize both powers’ unilateralist approach to international law.

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TAGGED: East China Sea, China, United States

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