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Weekly News 22/12-28/12

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-(Xinhua 27/12) China, Vietnam agree to properly settle maritime disputes: "We are ready to beef up coordination with Vietnam, enhance personnel training and media swaps, to lay solid public opinion foundation for the development of China-Vietnam ties," visiting Yu Zhengsheng, a Chinese senior official, said. –(Vietnamplus 26/12) China’s top political advisor welcomed in Hanoi

-(The Diplomat 27/12) China's Foreign Policy in 2014: A Year of 'Big Strokes': A look at China’s foreign policy moves in 2014, and what’s in store for 2015.


Weekly News 15/12-21/12

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-(Reuters 19/12) Japan, U.S. extend deadline for new Asian security guidelines: The delay beyond an initial year-end target is the result in part of a snap election that distracted Japan's ruling elite and the November resignation of U.S. Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel. -(The Wall Street Journal 18/12) U.S. to Continue Push for Stronger Military Ties With China

-(CogitAsia 19/12) Vietnam’s Impact on the Philippines/China Arbitration: A Closer Look: The Philippines needs to make a greater effort to separate the issue of the legality of the nine-dashed line from those of the legality of the Chinese-occupied positions. On this score, Vietnam’s position may help the Philippine case. -(The National Interest 19/12) The Fog of Law: China's Great South China Sea Dilemma


Weekly News 8/12-14/12

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-(PhilStar 12/12) Phl to answer questions from UN tribunal on sea row: The Philippines will answer questions from the United Nations tribunal on the South China Sea dispute with China during an oral argument in The Hague, the Netherlands.

-(Inquirer 12/12) UN court may still get China side in sea row: Even if China refuses to take part in the arbitration case over disputed waters filed by the Philippines, its side would still likely be taken into account by the UN arbitral tribunal hearing the case.


Weekly News 1/12-7/12

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-(Vietnamplus 5/12) Vietnam welcomes US House’s Resolution H.Res 714: “We back all efforts to make active, effective and constructive contributions to maintaining peace, stability, security and safety of navigation and aviation in the region,” Foreign Ministry Spokesman Le Hai Binh noted.

-(National Interes 5/12) How to Deal with Chinese Assertiveness: It's Time to Impose Costs: While avoiding the extreme positions of escalating conflict or doing nothing, the United States and its allies need to think through the full panoply of countermeasures to help fashion a strategy for countering coercion.


Weekly News 24/11-30/11

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-(PhilStar 28/11) UK: Asia Silk Road needs no toll operator: “There are many good things that have come from China and we want that to continue. But in our view, the Maritime Silk Road does not require sentries or toll gate operators,” British Ambassador Asif Ahmad to the Philippines said.

-(Vietnamnet 28/11) Russia’s “Look East” policy to bring new opportunities to Vietnam: Russia has made moves recently that show it is strengthening cooperation with Vietnam as an important part of its “look East” policy. Both Vietnam and Russia are seeking big opportunities in the cooperation.


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