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-(Reuters 5/6) Tokyo, Manila boost security ties as China pushes maritime claims: the two countries agreed to strengthen security ties and discussed transferring military equipment and technology.

-(The Economist 5/6) Whose splendid isolation? In the dock for its aggressive expansionism in the South China Sea, China seems undeterred.


Weekly News 25/5-31/5

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-(CNN 30/5) U.S. defense chief to China: End South China Sea expansion: Carter called for an immediate stop to land reclamation by all nations and a stop to the militarization of the existing ones. -(Reuters 30/5) Break the vicious cycle, Singapore tells South China Sea rivals

-(The Economist 29/5) Try not to blink: As China asserts itself as a naval and air power, and as America responds, the risks of confrontation are growing.


Weekly News 18/5-24/5

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-(Channel NewsAsia 22/5) Beijing voices concern after Indonesia sinks Chinese boat, asking the Indonesian side to make clarifications. –(Today Online 21/5) Indonesia sinks 41 illegal fishing boats, including one from China

-(Reuters 21/5) U.S. vows to continue patrols after China warns spy plane, saying that the U.S. reconnaissance flight was "entirely appropriate".


Weekly News 12/5-18/5

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-(Vietnamplus 15/5) Vietnam welcomes global efforts in maintaining peace in South China Sea, especially in backing ASEAN’s role and efforts to soon formulate a Code of Conduct in the South China Sea (COC).

-(Inquirer 15/5) Del Rosario in Washington urges US focus on South China Sea dispute, provide substance to its Asia rebalance policy.


Weekly News 4/5-10/5

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-(Bloomberg 8/5) China reserves right to declare air zone over South China Sea, depends on whether China feels the air safety is threatened and to what extent it is threatened. –(The Diplomat 8/5) China's Coming 'Lawfare' and the South China Sea

-(The Nation 8/5) Beijing to launch giant floating islands in South China Sea: The international community is facing a common concern: the marine environment and the freedoms of navigation and aviation in SCS are under threat.  –(AMTI 7/5) South Shina Sea: Forging a maritime coalition of the willing


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