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Wary Moves as China Joins U.S.-Led Naval Drills

by WSJ Live 4:37 mins

Wary Moves as China Joins U.S.-Led Naval Drills

by WSJ Live 4:37 mins

In a first, China has joined the world’s largest naval exercises, the U.S.-led Rimpac drills. But China's presence has required the navigation of complex legal and political challenges. The WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio speaks with China reporter Jeremy Page.

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