America steps into a Sino-Japanese island dispute by flying two bomber aircraft over the East China Sea.
Christopher Whyte is a Scottish defense analyst based in Washington DC. He is a PhD candidate from George Mason University, a WSD-Handa Fellow at Pacific Forum CSIS and a contributing analyst for Wikistrat. He has worked in research roles at the Cato Institute and the Center for the National Interest.
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