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What You Need To Know To Understand China's Hegemonic Designs In The South China Sea

This article covers everything you need to know about the South China Sea, the epicenter of geopolitical tensions.

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The South China Sea is at present the epicenter of geopolitical tensions. The body of water is an arm of the western Pacific Ocean located near South East Asia. Situated thousands of nautical miles away from the U.S., tensions in the region have long sought the administration's attention. Here's a look at why the South China Sea is of strategic importance to us and the world order.

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