U.S. ‘Rhetorical Footprint’ In Asia-Pacific Seen As Risky

SINGAPORE — With “small-footprint” moves like the deployment of its relatively small Littoral Combat Ships (LCSs) here and an extra 2,500 U.S. Marines in Darwin, Australia, the U.S. may be stepping up its resources in the Asia-Pacific with a “rhetorical footprint” that could heighten rather than...

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