The Coming Change in Asia and China's Seat at the Table
With most of the U.S. military focus over the last decade lying squarely on Afghanistan and Iraq, while simultaneously keeping a vigilant eye on Iran the balance of power in East Asia has been quietly shifting. The initial murmurs are now becoming full on tremors as a new formidable regional power is stretching its arms and flexing its muscles.
The U.S. Navy since WWII has dominated the Western Pacific and has had virtually no challenge to its autonomy there. However, U.S. forces are now...
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