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‘Historic presence’ doesn’t justify US conduct in SCS

Gregory Poling of Washington think-tank the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) has tried to justify current US policy and conduct in the South China Sea by detailing its historic “investment” there. Although he has publicly admitted his bias by stating that it is his job “to advance the interests of the United States,” it is not in […]

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