<p>Michal Thim says Beijing’s measured approach of making its presence felt has been effective so far, but it may yet lead rivals to join hands against it</p>

Will China’s smart strategy in the South China Sea push things one step too far?

Michal Thim says Beijing’s measured approach of making its presence felt has been effective so far, but it may yet lead rivals to join hands against it

Topic |   South China Sea

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<p>Michal Thim says Beijing’s measured approach of making its presence felt has been effective so far, but it may yet lead rivals to join hands against it</p>
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Michal Thim

Michal Thim

Michal Thim is a Taiwan analyst at the Prague-based think tank, Association for International Affairs (AMO), and a member of the Centre for International Maritime Security with a research focus on cross-strait relations, and East and Southeast Asian regional politics and security. Michal was director of the AMO Research Centre from July 2007 until August 2010. He studied in the Asia-Pacific Studies programme at the National Chengchi University (Taiwan) in 2010-2012 and returned to Taiwan in 2014 as a visiting researcher in the Taiwan Fellowship programme.