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Observers Have Doubts About US-China Rules on Air Encounters

Lost in the headlines about cybersecurity and climate change during the U.S.-China summit last week was the agreement struck between Presidents Barack Obama and Xi Jinping on rules for military air-to-air encounters. The deal, which followed an earlier agreement on encounters between naval ships, is aimed at preventing encounters from escalating or causing crashes. The new document, published on the Pentagon website, calls for safe conduct of military aircraft of either side, whether...

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