HU Bo: Biden may approach the South China Sea issue in a more methodical manner

  • The essence of the contradiction between China and the United States on the South China Sea issue is the contradiction between China's maintenance of its sovereign maritime rights and interests, its pursuit of international status commensurate with itself, and the regional dominant position maintained by the United States. Will the Trump administration stir up trouble in the South China Sea at the end of his term? What will happen in the event of an accident? What role will the South China Sea issue play in the next US administration's China policy? What pressure will China face? Hu Bo, Director of South China Sea Strategic Situation Probing Initiative,  special expert of China Forum, was interviewed by Han Hua, Executive Committee of China Forum and CGTN commentator, on these issues.

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