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-(Aspistrategist 24/08) Electronic warfare in the South China Sea: China’s radars on artificial islands might allow the PLA to conduct active jamming of other electronic sensors and radars in the region

-(Breakingdefense 23/08) Chinese Threaten Japan, Australia Over South China Sea; Time For US FON Ops?: “If Australia steps into the South China Sea waters, it will be an ideal target for China to warn and strike.” Global Times said.

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Weekly News 15/08 - 21/08

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-(Channelnewsasia 21/08) Singapore must choose its own place to stand on South China Sea issue, PM Lee said, Singapore must support and strive for a “rules-based international order” and depends on words and treaties. "They mean everything to us."

-(Japantoday 21/08) China strongly warns Japan not to send SDF to South China Sea;-(Forbes 21/08) China Sets A "Red Line" For Japan In South China Sea; -(News 21/08) China’s ambassador warns Japan of consequences for South China Sea dispute.

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Weekly News 08/08 - 14/08

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-(Sputnik News 12/8) Beijing Crosses Washington's 'Red Line' in South China Sea: The Chinese military appears to be dramatically increasing its presence around a key island in the South China Sea, sending a strong message to Washington.

-(National Interest 11/8) The Real South China Sea Danger: A Brewing Security Dilemma: There is a need for an evolution to a primarily non-military approach that recognizes the genuine complexity of international relations.

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Weekly News 25/07-31/07

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-(WSJ 28/07) China, Russia Plan Naval Drills in South China Sea: They are the first joint exercises in the South China Sea between China and Russia. They follow international tribunal’s rejection of Chinese maritime claims.

-(Foreignpolicy 27/07) The Paradox at the Heart of the South China Sea Ruling: What looked like a huge defeat for China may actually play into Beijing's hands.

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Weekly News 18/7-24/7

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-(Reuters 20/7) U.S. says its forces will keep operating in South China Sea, in order to protect the rights, freedoms and lawful uses of sea and airspace guaranteed to all. -(Business Insider 20/7) Chinese nationalists are taking their anger out on anything American they can touch

-(USNI 20/7) Analysis: What’s Next for Manila Following South China Sea Ruling? The courses of actions are scant if any, and freedom to maneuver severely curtailed.

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