Asia Times: Pentagon Trying to Stop Chinese Air Defense Zone in Disputed Sea

Chinese SU-27 fighter plane / AP

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Amid signs China will soon impose an air exclusion zone over the South China Sea, the Pentagon is trying to head off another destabilizing action by Beijing in the increasingly tense region.

Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work last week made clear the United States would not recognize China’s imposition of an air defense identification zone over the sea.

"We will not recognize the ADIZ in the South China Sea," Work told the Washington Post.

Read the entire article at Asia Times.

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