The south china sea every nation for itself a monograph by maj thomas a elmore united states army school of advanced military studies united states army command and general staff college fort leavenworth kansas 2013 01 approved for public release distribution is unlimited. The south china sea every nation for itself south china sea dispute have amplified their military expenditures and gunboat diplomacy in the south china sea the south china sea islands consist of over 250 islands atolls cays shoals reefs and sandbars in the south china sea none of which have indigenous people few of which have. For modern china the maritime features and the very water of the south china sea must by necessity and self preservation be considered a piece of the territorial state part of a main . The us china perception gap in the south china sea like every nation the united states regards itself as having been a force for restraint in the region not an enabler as the chinese . South china sea is the dominant term used in english for the sea and the name in most european languages is equivalent this name is a result of early european interest in the sea as a route from europe and south asia to the trading opportunities of china
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