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United States is Ready to Counteract Attacks by China against South China Sea Neighbors

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
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It is ridiculous how China behaved in the last few days with their foreign minister announcing that they will pursue their interests in the South China Sea despite the recent ruling that rejected their claims in a peaceful way – but building up their military presence in the disputed area at the same time. They also rejected talks with the Philippines if the Filipinos would insists on their sovereignty over the West Philippine Sea. This has prompted the United States to organize the defense designed to help the smaller countries around the disputed areas.

Reporter, James Holbrooks reported: In a congressional hearing on Wednesday, former Director of National Intelligence and retired Navy admiral Dennis Blair told the panel that the United States should be prepared to use military force to oppose Chinese aggression in the South China Sea. “I think we need to have some specific lines and then encourage China to compromise on some of its objectives,” Blair, who headed the U.S. Pacific Command while in the Navy, said at the hearing. The admiral’s recommendation came the day after a United Nations tribunal invalidated China’s claim of territorial rights to nearly all of the waters in the South China Sea.

He added: The U.S., citing the territorial dispute and security concerns raised by its allies in the region, have for months been sending warships into the South China Sea as a check against Chinese hostility. Beijing, acutely aware of the military buildup off its coast, has publicly warned the U.S. it’s more than ready to defend against provocations. “China hopes disputes can be resolved by talks… but it must be prepared for any military confrontation.”


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