US and Chinese naval exercises recently overlapped in South China Sea. Photo: EPA-EFEUS and Chinese naval exercises recently overlapped in South China Sea. Photo: EPA-EFE
US and Chinese naval exercises recently overlapped in South China Sea. Photo: EPA-EFE
SCMP Editorial
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Opinion

Editorial by SCMP Editorial

Dialogue is urgently needed to avoid the crossing of red lines

  • With an increasing risk of military conflict in the South China Sea between China and the United States, there is every need for a diplomatic solution, no matter how remote that may appear

US and Chinese naval exercises recently overlapped in South China Sea. Photo: EPA-EFEUS and Chinese naval exercises recently overlapped in South China Sea. Photo: EPA-EFE
US and Chinese naval exercises recently overlapped in South China Sea. Photo: EPA-EFE
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