Presents the struggle over the South China Sea and the strategy of Chinese expansion. Traces the strategic outline of the Indo-Pacific with the South China Sea at the epicenter and China’s drive to reclaim its status. Examines the competing claims in the South China Sea and America's determination to uphold international law, defend its predominance, and protect the independence of smaller countries. Looks at Southeast Asia has to choose between the will of opposing superpower. Analyses China's military expansion into the Indian Ocean and the crucial to shipping that serves the global economy. Covers relationship between China and Japan, and mentions parallel forces of western and eastern values.
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