onsdag 20. mai 2015

Why the world is wary of China's 'great wall of sand' in the sea

The leaders of Southeast Asian nations recently took the extraordinary step of warning China that its island-building activities in the contested South China Sea "may undermine peace, security and stability" in the region.That's strong language from the usually reticent 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), and shows just how high tempers are flaring over what has been called China's "great wall of sand" in a strategically important area. Read more