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Many people think the best way to deal with China is to make it a stakeholder in the international system. It's a good idea with respect to international trade and finance but has a serious flaw with respect to international law.
China is flexing its maritime muscles again. Last week, the state newspaper People's Daily darkly warned of "due consequences" if Beijing is challenged in the South China Sea. A few weeks earlier, China's top military officer called U.S. naval exercises in the South China Sea "inappropriate" and chided America for spending too much on defense.