China's military build-up and increased assertiveness over its claims in the South China Sea is eliciting a strong response from Southeast Asian nations, which could turn this area into one of the most heavily patrolled on Earth. Recently there has been a spike in hostile incidents in the region. For example, Chinese vessels cut the cables of Vietnamese oil surveying ships and Chinese personnel reportedly erected posts on a shallow reef about 125 nm from the Philippine province of ...

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