The South China Sea: Resetting the Chessboard

Issue & Policy Briefs February 22, 2012, No. 88

The U.S.’ re-engagement in the Asia-Pacific marks a significant recalibration of its foreign policy and a turning point in the power politics of the region. The impetus for this re-engagement is borne largely from the simmering dispute over the South China Sea and growing militarization.

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