Rising Tension in the Waters: China, US and Unintended Crisis

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Abstract

The following sections are included:
- SYNOPSIS
- COMMENTARY
- Dynamics of Escalation
- Chinese Military’s Response
- Flawed US Perception
- Need for Greater Consideration
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe South China Sea Disputes
Subtitle of host publicationFlashpoints, Turning Points and Trajectories
EditorsRazali Kassim YANG
PublisherWorld Scientific
Pages345-348
ISBN (Electronic)9789814704984
ISBN (Print)9789814713009
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2017

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ZHANG, B. (2017). Rising Tension in the Waters: China, US and Unintended Crisis. In R. K. YANG (Ed.), The South China Sea Disputes: Flashpoints, Turning Points and Trajectories (pp. 345-348). World Scientific. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789814704984_0080
ZHANG, Baohui. / Rising Tension in the Waters: China, US and Unintended Crisis. The South China Sea Disputes: Flashpoints, Turning Points and Trajectories. editor / Razali Kassim YANG. World Scientific, 2017. pp. 345-348
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