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Is South China Sea the new 'inalienable' part of China?

Jash, Amrita


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  "description": "<p>China&rsquo;s growing military posture and unilateral behavior in South China Sea has raised red alarms in international politics, vehemently challenging the existing&nbsp;status quo. What is apparent is that China&rsquo;s uncompromising attitude in the South China Sea presents China&rsquo;s obsession over its territorial claims, wherein, South China Sea can be called the &lsquo;new inalienable part&rsquo; of China.</p>", 
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  "headline": "Is South China Sea the new 'inalienable' part of China?", 
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  "datePublished": "2016-06-13", 
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  "keywords": [
    "China", 
    "South China Sea", 
    "Vietnam", 
    "Philliphines", 
    "Sea Line of Communications", 
    "United States"
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