West Philippine Sea in the public mind: beyond sound bites
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As the Philippines heads into a new political dispensation, much of the country is watching with bated breath how the newly minted President-elect Rodrigo Duterte will sooner or later deal with the issue of China's aggressive intrusion into the South China Sea (or areas of the South China Sea lying within the country's exclusive economic zone prescribed by international law).
West Philippine Sea in the public mind: beyond sound bites. (2016, June 21). Manila Standards, p. A10.
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