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-(The Star 23/1) Malaysia's Defence Minister: Look beyond 'childish' notions to resolve South China Sea disputes for the simple fact that peace is a universal good and not a zero-sum game.

-(Sydney Morning Herald 23/1) With Donald Trump in the White House, what now for the Asia-Pacific? We probably won't know until the incoming Trump administration confronts its first major crisis here.

Weekly News 16/1-22/1

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-(Nationalinterest 18/01) Trump was not likely to change the situation dramatically: Greater risks loom on the horizon.

-(Sky 18/01) China's warning to Donald Trump over disputed islands in South China Sea: The editor of a state-run newspaper says her country will use military force if the US interferes in the South China Sea.

Weekly News 09/01 - 15/01

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alt-(MB 09/01) ASEAN keen to further fast-track S. China Sea code of conduct: ASEAN Secretary General Le Luong Minh told Kyodo News in a recent written interview that "ASEAN and China have agreed to intensify consultations on the COC to meet the deadline."

-(Nikkei 09/01) Taiwan president meets US Sen. Cruz despite Beijing pressure: Tsai also reportedly lunched with Trump advisors in Houston; -(Asiancorrespondent 09/01) End one China policy and China will take revenge, Trump warned

Weekly News 02/01 - 08/01

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-(Sputniknews 04/01) Aircraft Carrier Group in South China Sea is Testing New Weapons: Beijing’s military exercises in the region have set some neighboring nations on edge, especially Taiwan and Japan

-(CNN 04/01) Why is Trump sweet on Russia and sour on China? : a reason could be Trump's belief that the US should do more work with Russia to defeat terrorism

Weekly News 25/12 - 31/12

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-(NZherald 27/12) China is mobilising hundreds of missiles to disputed islands, US officials claim: Beijing recently shipped the missles to its non-contested Hainan Island in the South China Sea, will be moved to the country's disputed man-made islands over coming months.

-(Reuters 26/12) Chinese carrier enters South China Sea amid renewed tension: Global Times said the exercise showed how the carrier was improving its combat capabilities and that it should now sail even further afield.( Forbes 26/12) Beijing Sends A Strong Message To America And Taiwan

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