China recently released a revised map staking its claims to the South China Sea. It is no longer a “9-dash line” but a map showing “10-dash line” that appears to be an expansion of the area it claims as its territory. China’s latest overtures is disconcerting. To critics this is yet another demonstration of China’s geopolitical ambition. How should we read China’s latest claim? What does it say of China’s positioning in the international order? I penned these concerns in this latest article which is available at South China Sea as Global Public Good.