As a potentially vulnerable small state, it would be dangerous for Singapore to accept that any other country has the right to act as its “big brother”. Illustration: Craig Stephens

Raising concerns about the South China Sea does not make Singapore, or other Asian nations, anti-China

Tim J. Huxley and Alexander Neill say the issue is on their agenda because leaders have a huge and legitimate stake in regional security, and China’s militarisation of regional waters is not helping

Topic |   South China Sea

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As a potentially vulnerable small state, it would be dangerous for Singapore to accept that any other country has the right to act as its “big brother”. Illustration: Craig Stephens
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