The United States can put its maritime hybrid warfare capabilities to the test in the South China Sea dispute.
Scott N. Romaniuk
Scott Nicholas Romaniuk is a PhD Candidate in International Studies (University of Trento). His research focuses on asymmetric warfare, counterterrorism, international security, and the use of force.
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