South China Sea safeguards ‘not strong enough’ to stop international tensions escalating

Existing safeguards in the South China Sea are not enough to prevent tensions spiralling out of control, regional observers have warned as they called for a fresh effort to agree a code of conduct.The strategically important waterway has been a major arena for confrontation between China and the United States, while Beijing is also embroiled in a series of territorial disputes with members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations — including Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei —…

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