China releases report on US military presence in Asia-Pacific, warns of increased conflict risk

Global Times – China is set to release its 2020 research report on the US military presence in the Asia-Pacific region amid the US’ recent increased military activities near China, including repeated trespassing into China’s territorial waters in the South China Sea by warships this year. The possibility of a conflict could substantially increase, which must be managed and prevented, the report says.

The report can be read here: The US Military Presence in the Asia-Pacific 2020, the English version begins on page 99.