Published May 15, 2014
The temperature is heating up in the South and East China Seas as Beijing pursues its claims on disputed territories. Could China's assertiveness lead to military conflict with its neighbors? Find out next, On The Line.
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Charles E. Morrison: President, East-West Center, Hawaii
Gregory Poling: Fellow - Southeast Asia Studies, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Ely Ratner: Senior Fellow & Deputy Director - Asia-Pacific Security Program, Center for a New American Security