June 12, 2014

China vs. U.S.-Asian Alliance System

Timothy Heath, The Diplomat

The Associated Press

While the back and forth between the Chinese and U.S. and Japanese speakers at the Shangri-La Dialogue has gained considerable attention, less scrutiny has been paid to the comments by General Wang Guanzhong advocating a “new Asian security concept.”

 

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