China’s control on the South China Sea “Unlawful”; US- China constriction mounts

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has depicted a large portion of China's cases in the South China Sea, where it has invigorated various uninhabited islands, as "totally unlawful".

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It has been a very old and popular policy of China to trespass other’s territory and claims the territory as its own. China has been following this malicious policy for ages. Practicing its ages-old principle, China is expanding its legs in the South China Sea, and to counter it, the USA has come forward.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has depicted a large portion of China’s cases in the South China Sea, where it has invigorated various uninhabited islands, as “totally unlawful”. In any case, Mr. McGregor said China was by the by pushing ahead with its arrangements, unflinching by the continuous coronavirus pandemic.

Talking toward the finish of seven days which has seen Taiwanese air, ocean and land powers direct live-fire practices reproducing the repugnance of a Chinese attack, just as the redeployment to the conduit of USS Nimitz and USS Ronald Reagan, Richard McGregor, a China master at the Lowy Institute in Sydney, offered a bleak evaluation of the circumstance. Mr. McGregor said, “China was by the by pushing ahead with its arrangements, unfazed by the continuous coronavirus pandemic”.


Though not just the USA, Philippines, or Tibet, other countries are also all set to give a righteous answer. Many countries have decided now not to bow in front of China. Moreover, Taiwan has started its military training and practice to get ready for the invasion of China.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo further said “However, China under Xi won’t think about any regressive advance.There will be no recalibration in Beijing. It’s full steam ahead. Neither one of the sides is searching for an exit ramp.”

In the same context Alexander Neill, an Asia-Pacific security specialist in Singapore Explaining China’s rejuvenated expansionist desire, included,  “It is essentially a fait accompli. I would anticipate that the US should challenge any new gets, however China has just made the army installations and non-military personnel infrastructure. They are immersing the South China Sea with their essence.”

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China’s control on the South China Sea “Unlawful”; US- China constriction mounts
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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has depicted a large portion of China's cases in the South China Sea, where it has invigorated various uninhabited islands, as "totally unlawful".
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