Trump, China and the South China Sea: Will Tensions Grow?
Saturday, 14 January 2017 If the weeks before President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration are any indication, the South China Sea could be a potential flashpoint in 2017. And how Trump decides to push back against a more forceful China could result in escalated tensions. VOA State Department Correspondent Nike Ching reports.
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