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Archaeology and China’s claims to the seas

<p>Underwater archaeologist Michael Flecker talks about the archaeology of the Spratley islands and how archaeology may help defuse arguments by China over the South China Sea.</p> <p class="wp-caption-text">Philippine ship run aground on the Second Thomas Shoal. Source: Today 20150506</p> <p>Archaeology could wreck China’s sea claims Today, 06 May 2015</p> <p>No country has demonstrated that they [...]

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