South China Sea Conflict
Part of the 1st Sino-ASEAN war
South China Sea Map
Map of South China Sea claims
Date 2018-2021
Casus belli Territory disputes in the South China Sea
Status Resolved
Succeeded by
South-East-Asian Resurgence
NATO (Minimal support)
China Flag
South-East Asian Commune of Pacific states
Neo Singapore Flag
Indonesia Flag
Ryamizard Ryacudu
Malaysia Flag
Hishammuddin Hussein
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Chang Wanquan
3,800,000+ Manpower

3,200+ Naval Ships 1,600+ Aircraft

4,600,000+ Manpower

2,600+ Naval Ships 2,800+ Aircraft +SEACPS 2 Aircraft Carriers

Casualties and losses
1,732,000+ 1,042,000+
The South China Sea conflict was a devastating war between ASEAN and the Peoples Republic of China due to extreme tensions in the South China Sea, despite Nato offering support to ASEAN it was an immense triumph for the People's Liberation Army.

The War Edit

On December 18th, 2018 Vietnamese coastal defense ships shot down a Chinese fishing boat for intruding in on Vietnamese exclusive economic zone beginning the second Sino-Vietnamese war and by this time, ASEAN had already agreed to defend against the Chinese together believing that they would attempt to take the South China Sea for themselves and so ASEAN was forced into an uneasy border conflict with China. Immediately, ASEAN attempted to find allies in India, the US, Japan, Australia and New Zealand with only India and Japan coming to their defense Australia, the US, and New Zealand only offered minimal support and very light sanctions on China. ASEAN was beginning to fall apart as many ASEAN members had strong ties to China and soon the short and devastating war resulted in ASEAN breaking off into smaller factions and both India and Japan backed down resulting in ASEAN surrender by 2019. China began installing communist regimes across the defeated ASEAN members and the Pacific Commune was the most prominent one.

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