Stabilizing the situation on the Korean Peninsula and surrounding Yellow Sea, while developing good relations with the two Koreas. The maintenance of peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula is an intrinsic requirement for China’s national security. Historically, the Korean Peninsula has always been a critical strategic site for maritime and continental powers to hedge and compete. Skillfully managing the South China Sea dispute and actively building a framework for peace in South East Asia. China has multiple strategic interests in the South China Sea and its surrounding waters. To guarantee the unity of Taiwan and Mainland China, to defend the territorial sovereignty of the Diaoyu Islands, to vie for sea control in the East China Sea and to ensure a secure passage from the east to the Pacific Ocean. Taiwan, the Diaoyu Islands and the East China Sea are situated on the eastern front of China’s maritime geopolitics and are China’s three most prominent coastal predicaments.