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China, US Readying for Tougher Rivalry in Disputed Asian Sea

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Competing activities by the United States and China in the disputed South China Sea are exacerbating already strained relations between the superpowers and prompting forecasts for more serious conflicts after U.S. President-elect Donald Trump takes office next month. The South China Sea, rich in fisheries as well as possible undersea fossil fuel reserves, is claimed in whole or in part by China, Brunei, Malaysia, Vietnam, Taiwan and the Philippines.  China claims about 95 percent...

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