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-(Value Walk 26/07) China Doesn’t Like Us’ Comments On South China Sea Case: The “neutrality” of the U.S. in the South China Sea only amounts to “lip service”.

-(Reuter 26/07) Chinese navy plays down South China Sea exercises. -(Atimes 26/07) Don’t Read Too Much Into South China Sea Drill, Says Beijing: The navy will continue to hold similar drills in the future.

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Weekly News 13/7-19/7

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alt-(Japantimes 19/07) Taiwan promotes its island claim in South China Sea: Taiwan is improving environmental condition on the sea’s largest natural islet to seek international approval for easing tension.

-(WSJ 19/07) Philippine Military Upgrade Stalls: Delay for $1 billion in defense deals leaves planned overhaul years from completion.

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Weekly News 6/7-12/7

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-(Rappler 12/07) PH to seek provisional measures to stop China reclamation: If the United Nations tribunal decides it has jurisdiction over the case.

-(BusinessToday 12/07) OVL not to exit Vietnam block despite poor prospects: OVL has decided to seek a third extension of exploration licence for Block 128 to maintain India's strategic interest in the South China Sea, a top official said.

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Weekly News 29/6-5/7

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- (The Guardian 05/07) Japan joins US-Australia war games in NT and Queensland amid China dispute: For the first time, Japan is taking part in major US-Australia military exercises as tensions rise with China over islands in the South China Sea.

- (The Huffingtonpost 04/07) The U.S. and China Should Not Risk War Over a "Damn Fool Thing" in the South China Sea: both should renew their determination to defuse territorial controversies peacefully.

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Weekly News 22/6-28/6

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-(Philstar 26/06) China: Philippines dragging others to South China Sea dispute: "It is our consistent position that bilateral military cooperation should be conducive to regional peace and stability, and should not compromise the interest of any third party," Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman Yang Yujun said.

-(SCMP 26/06) China, US reaffirm commitment to 'avoid military confrontation' in South China Sea: Although the two-day talks achieved few tangible results, both Chinese and US negotiators had realised the value of cooperation over confrontation.

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