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China’s Most Destructive Boats Return to the South China Sea
May 20, 2019 | Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative
After a sharp drop-off in activity from 2016 to late 2018, Chinese clam harvesting fleets have returned to the South China Sea in force over the last six months, destroying vast swaths of coral reef and pushing threatened fish stocks closer to collapse.
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Beyond Parallel brings transparency and understanding to current security developments and long-term planning on the Korean Peninsula with data-driven research, multimedia, and satellite imagery analysis.
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Beyond Parallel brings transparency and understanding to current security developments and long-term planning on the Korean Peninsula with data-driven research, multimedia, and satellite imagery analysis.
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AMTI has gathered satellite imagery of each outpost, along with other relevant information, to document their current status and any changes they have undergone in recent years.
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AMTI has gathered satellite imagery of each outpost, along with other relevant information, to document their current status and any changes they have undergone in recent years.
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Aerospace Security explores the technological, budgetary, and policy issues related to the air and space domains and innovative operational concepts for air and space forces.