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China Slams Western Involvement in South China Sea Issuei
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Scott Stearns
August 15, 2012 6:28 PM
China is responding to accusations that it scuttled Southeast Asian unity over the South China Sea by lashing out at what it calls Western meddling among rival claimants. VOA's Scott Stearns reports, however, that the Obama administration says China should not pursue a 'divide-and-conquer' strategy in the maritime standoff.

China Slams Western Involvement in South China Sea Issue

Published August 15, 2012

China is responding to accusations that it scuttled Southeast Asian unity over the South China Sea by lashing out at what it calls Western meddling among rival claimants. VOA's Scott Stearns reports, however, that the Obama administration says China should not pursue a 'divide-and-conquer' strategy in the maritime standoff.


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