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《Frontiers》 2017-01
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The Fundamental Strategic Differences Between Japan and the Philippines over the South China Sea Issue

Li Wen;  
When Aquino III was president, the Philippines joined hands with Japan to fight against China over the South China Sea issue, posing a threat to regional stability and peace. But because there is a huge gap between Japan and the Philippines in the level of economic and social development, and they have completely different tasks and challenges, their interests in the South China Sea and in their relationship with China are also extremely divided, which leads their South China Sea strategies to have more differences than consistency, and shows that their alliance temporarily formed to confront China have insurmountable limitations and weaknesses.
【CateGory Index】: D831.3;D834.1
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