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-(Bloomberg 15/12) As Tensions Ease, Beijing Keeps Building in the South China Sea: New satellite imagery shows China has built infrastructure covering 72 acres (28 hectares) in the Spratly and Paracel islands during 2017 to equip its larger outposts to be air and naval bases.

-(The Australian 15/12) Beijing dresses down Australia’s Navy Chief over SCS: China’s top naval commander has hit out at Australia for undermining “peace and stability” in the South China Sea when he met Australian Chief of Navy Tim Barrett.

Weekly News 4/12 - 10/12

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-(The Australian 5/12) China taking lead in Indo-Pacific arms race: The US and Australia must invest urgently in military technologies and innovation to help combat the threat posed by a rising China.

-(East Asia Forum 5/12) ASEAN needs to move to minilateralism: To save the principle of ASEAN centrality, the regional body should transcend its consensus-based decision-making and embrace minilateral arrangements on divisive issues.

Weekly News 27/11-3/12

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-(Vietnamplus 27/11) HCM City int’l conference highlights cooperation on East Sea: The ninth East Sea International Conference opened in Ho Chi Minh City on November 27, focusing on the theme “Cooperation for Regional Security and Development”.

alt-(Forbes 27/11) China Has Tempered Its Expansion In The Disputed South China Sea: China has put any new, controversial reclamation work on hold under a rising tide of foreign pressure.

Weekly News 20/11-26/11

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-(Reuters 24/11) China air force again flies round Taiwan, over South China Sea: Numerous H-6K bombers and other jets recently flew through the Bashi Channel between Taiwan and the Philippines and the Miyako Strait in Japan’s south, and also over the South China Sea on a “combat patrol”.

-(Bloomberg 23/11) Australia fears Asia power shift to China if U.S. withdraws: Canberra is concerned that China’s military expansion in the South China Sea will lead to clashes in Asia.

Weekly News 13/11-19/11

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-(Strait Times 16/11) Asean calls for 'non-militarisation' of SCS: A statement released on Thursday (Nov 16) by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte as Asean chair "emphasised the importance of non-militarisation".

-(Reuters 16/11) China, Philippines agree to avoid force in SCS, according to a joint statement issued on Thursday by China at the end of a visit to Manila by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.

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