U.S., Japan, Philippines to launch joint patrols in South China Sea amid Beijing tensions

(ZEROHEDGE) – The U.S., Japan, and the Philippines have inked an agreement to launch joint naval patrols in the South China Sea later this year in what’s being seen as a major initiative to counter China in the region, and as Chinese and Philippine coast guard boats have recently been engaged in tense stand-offs over…

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