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-(Philstar 28/03) US contingent for Balikatan exercises arriving today: The exercises would focus on maritime law enforcement and disaster response efforts.

 

-(Straitstimes 28/03) Chinese poachers caught with coral haul near Taiwan-controlled Pratas Islands in South China Sea: The Coast Guard Administration said it would continue to crack down on Chinese fishing boats trespassing in the area.

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Weekly News 14/03 - 20/03

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-(News.au.com 20/03) Chinese coast guard intervenes as Indonesia arrests illegal fishermen; -(TheGuardian 20/03) Indonesia summons Chinese ambassador as fishing dispute escalates.

-(BusinessInsider 20/03) These images might just be the clearest signs of China's expansion in the disputed South China Sea: These pursuits have put China at odds with Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, Malaysia, and large sections of the international community including the US.

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Weekly News 07/03 - 13/03

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alt-(JapanTimes 11/03)  Amid South China Sea spat, Japan foreign aid white paper stresses importance of sea lanes, the paper also listed strengthening the rule of law, maritime security, cybersecurity and peace-building measures, among others, as ways of boosting Japan’s ties with Southeast Asia.

-(The Diplomat 11/03) How Chinese Analysts Understand Taiwan’s Geostrategic Significance: As the world fixates on the South China Sea, Chinese describe Taiwan as the regional key.

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Weekly news 29/02 - 06/03

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-(UPI 03/03)Philippines borrowing planes from Japan to patrol South China Sea: Five surplus TC-90 training planes are expecting to join the Philippine Navy

-(Washingtonpost 03/03)Navy aircraft carrier group moves into contested South China Sea: Navy Cmdr. Clay Doss, a spokesman for U.S. Pacific Fleet said the carrier is carrying out a routine patrol of the South China Sea, where China has in recent weeks moved Chinese fighter jets, military radar and surface-to-air missiles. The Navy will continue to appear in the South China Sea regularly.

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Weekly News 22/02 -28/02

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-(Inquirer 26/02) Candidates must state position on S. China Sea—Carpio: Whether they stay the legal course or surrender sovereignty and agree to a joint development with China in the disputed South China Sea?

-(Japantimes 26/02) Draw a line in the South China Sea: More countries should be sending the same message to China, making clear to Beijing that its intrusions into international waters and its unilateral attempts to rewrite the status quo will not be tolerated

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