In what will likely be remembered as the commencement of a new Cold War in Asia, the United States has recently ramped up both economic and military countermeasures against an increasingly assertive China.
As Washington tightens the noose around Beijing, it is also reviving frayed relations with key regional allies such as Manila, which has been perturbed by China's creeping intrusion into Philippine-claimed waters.
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