March 27, 2014

Can Asia Prevent Its Own Crimea?

Bonnie Glaser & Ely Ratner, Global Public Square

The Associated Press

With the world watching Ukraine with wary eyes, the U.S. Navy’s lead admiral in the Pacific suggested Asia could face a similar crisis if the continent’s other major power continues on its current path.

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TAGGED: South Korea, Philippines, Japan, ASEAN, Crimea, China, Asia

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