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Is China and Russia Challenging US Primacy in Asia?
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Is China and Russia Challenging US Primacy in Asia?

On July 23, 2019, Russian warplanes intruded into South Korean airspace. They were accompanied by two Chinese bombers. The outstanding questions are whether the incidents represented a China-Russia challenge to US primacy, and whether an alliance is on the cards.
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