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-(PhilStar 14/3) 'Philippines given access to US structures': The Philippines will be given access to structures to be set up by the United States (US) as part of a deal seeking to boost the security cooperation between the two countries, officials said Friday. –(Rappler 14/3) US grants PH access to military facilities

-(Reuters 13/3) A nervous region eyes robust Chinese response to missing Malaysian plane: From high-resolution satellites to advanced warships, China's military build-up is on full display in the hunt for a missing Malaysian jetliner - putting Asia on notice as to what Beijing might do in the future to further assert its regional presence. -(The Diplomat 13/3) South China Sea tensions intensify


Weekly News 3/3-9/3

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-(PhilStar 7/3) PH alarmed over hike in China military budget: Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario is concerned about the recent increase in China’s military budget, the biggest in three years. –(Sunstar 6/3) Asean should take solid stand on sea row

-(The Diplomat 7/3) China to Foreign Fishing Boats: ‘Get Out’ of South China Sea: Hainan’s Party Chief confirms that authorities are confronting foreign fishing vessels in the South China Sea. -(Reuters 6/3) China apprehending boats weekly in disputed South China Sea


Weekly News 24/2-2/3

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-(GMA Network 28/2) PHL, Malaysia agree to use rule of law in South China Sea dispute: The Philippines and Malaysia have agreed to use the rule of law in resolving the dispute over parts of the South China Sea, President Benigno Aquino III said Friday. -(Strait Times 27/2) Manila asks KL, Hanoi to join case against Beijing's South China Sea claims

-(PhilStar 28/2) ‘China action in sea row unacceptable’: A former president and the longest serving member of the European Parliament called China’s actions in the West Philippine Sea and South China Sea “unacceptable,” and said no power should be allowed to dominate in the region. –(Philippine Daily Inquirer 27/2) Philippines optimistic to win case against China


Weekly News 17/2-23/2

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Video: Discussion on ASEAN's role in providing maritime security

-(Channel NewsAsia 20/2) Australia endorses code of conduct for South China Sea: Australian foreign minister Julie Bishop on Thursday voiced her support for the completion of a code of conduct aimed at reducing tensions amid China's aggressive claim to almost all of the South China Sea. –(PhilStar 21/2) Australia to sea claimants: Resolve dispute peacefully


Weekly News 10/2-16/2

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-(Channel NewsAsia 14/2) Kerry meets China's Xi amid heightened Asia tensions: US Secretary of State John Kerry met Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday, as Washington's security allies Tokyo and Manila fret over China's far-reaching territorial claims. –(The Economist 14/2) Losing its rebalance: Things in Asia are not going America’s way

-(ABS-CBN News 13/2) US would 'help' Philippines in South China Sea: The United States will "help" the Philippines in the event that China occupies disputed islands in the South China Sea, the US Chief of Naval Operations said Thursday. US admiral assures PHL of help in South China Sea


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