The U.S.-Japan Security Alliance, ASEAN, and the South China Sea Dispute
Joshua P. Rowan


The situation in the South China Sea——where sovereignty and oil and natural gas interests are converging——creates a flashpoint with significant policy implications for the U.S., Japan, and other Asian nations. Only the U.S.-Japan security alliance, operating in conjunction with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, can safely foster a long-term solution.

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