7.2.1 states :
"When control of an At Sea or Inshore Box changes, enemy units
in the Box (or an associated All-Sea hex of the Inshore Box) must
Let's say the Taiwan Straits Inshore box is PRC-Controlled and there's an Allied naval unit in it at the begiining of a turn. If the PRC manages to retain control of the Inshore box, the Allied naval unit can remain there? It's odd that it would have had to retreat had the box been Contested instead. What's the reasoning behind this? In the Standard game, there are not too many ways to get rid of annoying Naval units preventing amphibious assaults by their mere presence.
A change in control represents a larger effort with a more radical result.