Where is Canada on the South China Sea?

Despite moves by members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and China to lower tensions over conflicting territorial claims in the South China Sea at their meeting last month in Bali, Indonesia, the dispute remains a dangerous flashpoint for the Asia-Pacific region.

Amitav Acharya
Published: Wednesday, 08/03/2011 12:00 am EDT

Despite moves by members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and China to lower tensions over conflicting territorial claims in the South China Sea at their meeting last month in Bali, Indonesia, the dispute remains a dangerous flashpoint for the Asia-Pacific region.

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