Chinese President Xi Jinping (L) and Vietnam Communist Party Secretary General Nguyen Phu Trong raise a toast after witnessing a signing ceremony of a dozen of bilateral agreements following their official talks in Hanoi on Nov. 5.
A year and a half since China began rapidly building and militarizing artificial islands in the contested, resource-rich waters of the South China Sea, the states most threatened by Chinese expansion are looking for ways to push back more forcefully. But a series of upcoming summits and associated conferences in...
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