The USS Sterett and USS John S. McCain are part of US carrier strike groups conducting operations in the Indo-Pacific in support of maritime security operations. Photo: US Navy The USS Sterett and USS John S. McCain are part of US carrier strike groups conducting operations in the Indo-Pacific in support of maritime security operations. Photo: US Navy
The USS Sterett and USS John S. McCain are part of US carrier strike groups conducting operations in the Indo-Pacific in support of maritime security operations. Photo: US Navy
South China Sea

South China Sea: ‘reasonable’ for Asean nations to be worried about Beijing’s coastguard law

  • SCMP’s China Conference: Southeast Asia hears of possibility of ‘dangerous encounters’ with China’s coastguard in region
  • But one Chinese legal scholar said the law was ‘wrongly interpreted’ and does not violate international norms

Topic |   South China Sea
The USS Sterett and USS John S. McCain are part of US carrier strike groups conducting operations in the Indo-Pacific in support of maritime security operations. Photo: US Navy The USS Sterett and USS John S. McCain are part of US carrier strike groups conducting operations in the Indo-Pacific in support of maritime security operations. Photo: US Navy
The USS Sterett and USS John S. McCain are part of US carrier strike groups conducting operations in the Indo-Pacific in support of maritime security operations. Photo: US Navy
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