What Happens if China Declared an ADIZ in the South China Sea?

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The National Interest—Mark J. Valencia Security, Asia "China may not find it necessary to declare an ADIZ over the South China Sea—or if it does, it may be largely restricted to non-disputed areas or be unenforced. In other words, the “sky would not fall.” The United States can help ensure that the “sky does not fall” by cutting back or ceasing all together its ISR probes targeting China’s defenses and particularly its nuclear submarines." In November 2013, when China surprised Japan, the United States, and the...

China vs. America: A Submarine Showdown in the South China Sea?. Kris Osborn Security, Americas The United States has been continuing Chinese sub-hunting patrols with its Poseidon P-8 surveillance plane in the South China Sea area. Rival U.S. and Chinese sub-hunting surveillance assets continue to track one another in the South China Sea as part of an ongoing competition to both gain intelligence about the other and, ideally, establish some kind of maritime superiority in the South China Sea in light of ongoing tensions. The Chinese have been operating...