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               <span class="tw_businessblue">Mark Valencia</span> says the advent of unmanned submersibles as the next frontier in military intelligence will strain already fraught Sino-US relations on surveillance activities and test international law </p> <p>
               <span class="tw_businessblue">Mark Valencia</span> says the advent of unmanned submersibles as the next frontier in military intelligence will strain already fraught Sino-US relations on surveillance activities and test international law </p>
<p> <span class="tw_businessblue">Mark Valencia</span> says the advent of unmanned submersibles as the next frontier in military intelligence will strain already fraught Sino-US relations on surveillance activities and test international law </p>
South China Sea

How underwater drones are threatening to escalate South China Sea tensions

Mark Valencia says the advent of unmanned submersibles as the next frontier in military intelligence will strain already fraught Sino-US relations on surveillance activities and test international law

Topic |   South China Sea
<p>
               <span class="tw_businessblue">Mark Valencia</span> says the advent of unmanned submersibles as the next frontier in military intelligence will strain already fraught Sino-US relations on surveillance activities and test international law </p> <p>
               <span class="tw_businessblue">Mark Valencia</span> says the advent of unmanned submersibles as the next frontier in military intelligence will strain already fraught Sino-US relations on surveillance activities and test international law </p>
<p> <span class="tw_businessblue">Mark Valencia</span> says the advent of unmanned submersibles as the next frontier in military intelligence will strain already fraught Sino-US relations on surveillance activities and test international law </p>
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