Room for Canada in South China Sea talks, says Pacific security researcher

Canada, as a Pacific middle power, could help the parties come to terms, says Liu—a role it has played before.

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The United States aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson flanked by guided-missile destroyer USS Gridley, guided-missile cruiser USS Bunker Hill, and Malaysian frigate KD Lekir in the South China Sea in May.
Peter Mazereeuw
Published: Monday, 11/16/2015 12:46 am EST
Last Updated: Tuesday, 11/17/2015 6:54 pm EST

Canada could play a bigger role in getting all sides to the table in the South China Sea dispute, says a Taiwanese researcher of Asia-Pacific security.

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