Explaining the South China Sea

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Explaining the South China Sea

Thousands of years ago, the islands in South China Sea were uninhabited. By legal definition, they were terra nullius—No Man’s Land. Chinese mariners discovered the islands in South China Sea thousands of years ago, and mapped them. The dispute over the South China Sea islands has heightened recently.

Thousands of years ago, the islands in South China Sea were uninhabited. By legal definition, they were terra nullius—No Man’s Land. Chinese mariners discovered the islands in South China Sea thousands of years ago, and mapped them.
The dispute over the South China Sea islands has heightened recently. CCTV’s Wang Guan explains some of the issues.

Explaining the South China Sea

Thousands of years ago, the islands in South China Sea were uninhabited. By legal definition, they were terra nullius—No Man’s Land. Chinese mariners discovered the islands in South China Sea thousands of years ago, and mapped them. The dispute over the South China Sea islands has heightened recently. CCTV's Wang Guan explains some of the issues.

Explaining the South China Sea

Thousands of years ago, the islands in South China Sea were uninhabited. By legal definition, they were terra nullius—No Man’s Land. Chinese mariners discovered the islands in South China Sea thousands of years ago, and mapped them. The dispute over the South China Sea islands has heightened recently.

Russia Today talked with Wang Guan on South China Sea:

Wang Guan South China Sea Debate- RT