"Washington needs to think much more broadly and long-term about the value of the U.S.-Thai alliance."
There are many reasons to be cautiously optimistic vis-à-vis the possibility that this year could mark a diplomatic milestone in the South China Sea disputes. Can ASEAN and China find common ground?
Lawfare is in full swing in the South China Sea. How will China respond to an unfavorable legal ruling?
The Philippines’ effort to force China to accept arbitration in the South China Sea is doomed to fail and will likely backfire.
Manila seems to have placed almost all of its strategic eggs in the (uncertain) legal basket.
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