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South China Sea Provocations And Meeting China Halfway – OpEd

Eurasia Review Thursday, 23 July 2020
South China Sea Provocations And Meeting China Halfway – OpEdBy Dr. Joseph Gerson*

In the words of (ret.) Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, Secretary of Defense Colin Powell’s Chief of Staff, the Trump Administration has been dangerously “poking China in the eye.”

After sending aircraft carriers and destroyers to the precincts of the Taiwan Strait, last week the Pentagon dispatched...
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