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Topic - Lyle Goldstein
The director of the China Maritime Studies Institute at the Naval War College in Rhode Island, Lyle Goldstein, wrote this month: "The U.S. Coast Guard is opening the door to a cooperative relationship with China."
"Still," he wrote, "the fundamental tie between the organizations is that the U.S. Coast Guard has centuries of experience in civil maritime management, while the issue is a comparatively new priority for China."