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How Oil Drives The South China Sea Conflict

OilPrice.com Wednesday, 14 March 2018
While it’s no secret that China has been intensifying its building frenzy, including military installations on islands, reefs and inlets in the heavily disputed South China Sea, it is also becoming increasingly clear that Beijing is not afraid to draw a line in the sand over these mostly dubious claims. Late last week, while downplaying his country’s geopolitical ambitions, China's foreign minister Wang Yi still couldn’t resist plugging the party line. “Beijing's resolve to protect the peace and the stability of the South…
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