US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo adjusts his earpiece at a press conference in Beijing during a 2018 state visit. Photo: EPA-EFEUS Secretary of State Mike Pompeo adjusts his earpiece at a press conference in Beijing during a 2018 state visit. Photo: EPA-EFE
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo adjusts his earpiece at a press conference in Beijing during a 2018 state visit. Photo: EPA-EFE
C. Uday Bhaskar
Opinion

Opinion

C. Uday Bhaskar

South China Sea dilemma: how can the US-led movement persuade China to act fairly?

  • Amid anxiety about China’s bullying and US commitment, Asean and Quad nations could issue a joint statement calling out Beijing for its ‘unlawful’ activities and demanding a course correction. How China responds would be instructive

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo adjusts his earpiece at a press conference in Beijing during a 2018 state visit. Photo: EPA-EFEUS Secretary of State Mike Pompeo adjusts his earpiece at a press conference in Beijing during a 2018 state visit. Photo: EPA-EFE
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo adjusts his earpiece at a press conference in Beijing during a 2018 state visit. Photo: EPA-EFE
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