U.S. dive into territorial disputes in the South China Sea

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A war of words over potential U.S. actions in the South China Sea is heating up. China is urging the U.S. not to conduct naval patrols within the territorial waters of islands over which Beijing claims sovereignty. The words come as the U.S. is thought to be weighing such patrols-inserting itself, physically, for the first time into territorial disputes in the South China Sea.CCTV America’s Nathan King filed this report from Washington, D.C.

U.S. dive into territorial disputes in the South China Sea

U.S. dive into territorial disputes in the South China Sea

A war of words over potential U.S. actions in the South China Sea is heating up. China is urging the U.S. not to conduct naval patrols within the territorial waters of islands over which Beijing claims sovereignty. The words come as the U.S. is thought to be weighing such patrols-inserting itself, physically, for the first time into territorial disputes in the South China Sea.


Ben Li on the South China Sea dispute 

For more into the South China Sea dispute, CCTV America interviewed Li Bin, a Senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Ben Li on the South China Sea dispute

Ben Li on the South China Sea dispute

For more into the South China Sea dispute, CCTV America interviewed Li Bin, a Senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.