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Tensions are rising in the South China Sea, and a US ally there has already drawn 'red lines' with China

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Tensions are rising in the South China Sea, and a US ally there has already drawn 'red lines' with China NOW WATCH: Here's why so many nations want to control the South China Sea - and what China wants to do See Also: Amid rising tensions with China, Japan just sent armored vehicles to foreign soil for the first time since World War II Tensions are rising in the South China Sea, and a US ally there has already drawn 'red lines' with China Australia warned China against 'intimidation' in the South China Sea after a tense standoff with a US destroyer SEE ALSO: US submarines are better than...
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