China’s use of maritime militia demonstrates its control over South China Sea

Apr 2, 2021 | INVESTING

Just as the world watched the saga of the Evergreen container ship in the Suez Canal, at the other end of Asia another major maritime waterway was witnessing its own worrying events.In the South China Sea, some 200 Chinese civilian vessels were moored off a sandbank for much of March. Much as the ship stuck in the Suez Canal showed the precarity of global trade, with a choke point that carries some 12 per cent of the world’s trade closed for six days, so the South China Sea development showed…

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