In the wake of recent official protests by the Chinese over U.S. reconnaissance flights over the South China Sea, the two nations are highlighting their respective positions: the Pentagon plans to continue flights in international skies and the Chinese see the actions as “meddling” and infringing on the Asian giant’s sovereign space. “There should be no mistake: The United States will fly, sail, and operate wherever international law allows, as we do all around the ...

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