Over the past several months, China has stepped up construction of what observers are calling “The Great Wall of Sand.” This “great wall” involves expanding a group of islands in the Spratly chain so that they can support airstrips, weapons, and other permanent installations. It appears that Beijing is committed to defending these new islands as an integral part of Chinese territory, a position that the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea does not support. Washington has other ideas and has maintained that it will carry out freedom-of-navigation patrols in areas that China claims as territorial waters.
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