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China’s South China Sea island buildup ‘for military purposes’

Bill Gertz South China Sea, Asia-Pacific "We’ve identified are military-related structures and equipment that at least gives the Chinese the option to permanently post military forces in and on these islands,” The head of one of America’s secret spy agencies recently disclosed that China is seeking to control the South China Sea through the covert development of military facilities on thousands of acres of reclaimed islands.
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