Singapore Worried Most About Fishermen and Coast Guards in South China Sea

  • Non-military ships pose risk of clash at sea, Singapore says
  • Defence minister speaks in Hawaii at Southeast Asia meeting

Why China's Territorial Disputes Could Mean War

The risk of a clash in the South China Sea lies with non-military ships, Singapore’s defense minister said, as China deploys more heavily armed coast guard vessels in the disputed waters.

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