“Therefore, it is necessary to draw a clear line for the United States on matters related to the South China Sea to remind the Americans of what they can do, and what they cannot do, to caution them to be mindful of their hegemonic inertia. Drawing such a line is not only necessary, but also beneficial to the United States.”
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