U.S. Avoids Asia-Pacific Island Disputes, But Operates Freely

Credit: USS Lassen: U.S. Navy
While U.S. officials continue to maintain their stance against taking sides over the different Asian-Pacific countries’ rights to claim regional islands, artificial reefs or other features in the region as sovereign territory, the American military remains equally adamant about its right to transit...

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