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The paradoxically pacific Indo-Pacific Command | ASPI Strategist
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The paradoxically pacific Indo-Pacific Command | ASPI Strategist

The last combat mission to take place in the Indo-Pacific was in May of 1975 in the region of Cambodia against Khmer Rouge. A possible cause of this success is improved intelligence gathering abilities and forward-deployed forces. U.S. presence has given the countries more time to stabilize and presented a message that antagonistic plans will not be tolerated. However, in the last decade activity seems to be on the rise. North Korea sunk a South Korean ship and China fought with the Philippines over the Scarborough Shoal.

Source: https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/the-paradoxically-pacific-indo-pacific-command/

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