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ASEAN and China
A New Chapter

By Alex Boylston Last summer, following years of hostilities, island building, and close encounters on the South China Sea, The Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague ruled in favor of the Philippines and stated that China’s claim to much of the sea had no basis in history or law. China, sticking to its “9…

Seeing Red for Decades to Come

By: Cecilia Moore Since the Gulf War, the United States’ military has been immersed in Middle Eastern conflicts. As a result, for the majority of Americans, China has become a distant, misunderstood fear. High viewership of PBS specials on the rise of China’s economy and grumblings over the volume of Chinese goods in stores and…

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