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Japan and South Korea : two "like-minded" states have mixed views on conflicts in the South China Sea
|Title:||Japan and South Korea : two "like-minded" states have mixed views on conflicts in the South China Sea|
|Date Issued:||24 Apr 2020|
|Publisher:||Honolulu, HI : East-West Center|
|Abstract:||Many argue that China's increasingly aggressive posture in the South China Sea is an attempt to unilaterally alter the US-led regional order, which includes a strong emphasis on freedom of navigation. In response, the US has stressed the importance of "like-minded" states--including Japan and South Korea--in defending freedom of navigation in the South China Sea and elsewhere. The "like-minded" characterization, however, disguises important differences in attitudes and behavior that could hinder joint efforts to push back against China.|
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