Tag: South China Sea

After Routine Patrol by Chinese PLA, Philippines Changes Stance, US Also Treads Cautiously

China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) conducts a routine patrol in the South China Sea, leading to a noticeable shift in the Philippines’ stance and a more cautious approach by the United States. The joint US-Philippines patrol faced adjustments and reductions, indicating a potential influence of China’s military presence in the region. This event underscores China’s assertive position in the South China Sea and the strategic implications for regional dynamics.

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