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Weekly News 28/12 - 03/01/2016

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-(Straitstimes 30/12) Beijing sends three new ships to S. China Sea: the move is seen as a riposte to current protest of 50 Philippine protesters in a disputed Philippine-held island in the Spratly archipelago.

-(Bloomberg 30/12) China Sends Japan a ‘Don't Meddle’ Message Via an Ex-Navy Ship: China is in a dread of Japan’s intention of seeking more active security role in Southeast Asia.

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Weekly News 21/12 - 27/12

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-(Reuters 27/12) Filipino protesters land on disputed island in South China Sea, in a stand against what they say is Beijing's creeping invasion of the Philippine EEZ.

-(Defenseworld 26/12) Chinese Su-35 To Counter US Military Movement In South China Sea: The Su-35’s ability to take off from a relatively short runway will enable it to use the runways China will build on its artificial islands

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Weekly News 14/12 - 20/12

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-(Thejakartapost 18/12) ASEAN vs. China over South China Sea: Under the present circumstances, it is important for ASEAN to tie up with other major powers of the region  for stronger strategic, diplomatic and defense cooperation.

-(Heritage 17/12) China’s Pivot to the Sea: Washington must make clear that China cannot use them to intimidate key partners or to dominate the vital East Asian region.

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Weekly News 07/12 - 13/12

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-(Nytimes 11/12) China’s Dangerous Ambiguity in the South China Sea: Since China’s maritime claims are not clarified, it is impossible for others to determine where and when China is willing to use force, thus increasing the chance of conflict.

-(CNNPhilippines 11/12) EDCA helpful to PH in S. China Sea row: Aside from increased rotational presence of U.S. forces, EDCA also help to upgrade existing Philippine military facilities, like airport runways and harbors.

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Weekly News 30/11 - 06/12

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-(SCMP 06/12) South China Sea airstrips are a headache for China’s rivals: Apparent plan for four bases in South China Sea would boost PLA, tilt balance of power.

-(Jakarta Post 05/12) The South China Sea arbitration: Why does it matter?: Furthermore, the decision will clarify some, if not all, the ambiguities surrounding the SCS conflict. The mystery behind the nine-dash lines will be immediately clarified in terms of legality.

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