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-(WSJ 15/06) Asean Members Walk Back Statement on South China Sea: Southeast Asia ministers had urged respect for international law, in implicit dig at China

-(Philstar 15/06) China willing to pay the price of defiance on South China Sea sovereignty: Despite pressure from Washington and elsewhere, China appears determined to avoid granting any hint of legitimacy to a process that might challenge its claim to ownership of virtually the entire SCS

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Weekly News 06/06 - 12/06

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alt-(Globalresearch 07/06) Washington and Beijing Draw Battle Lines over South China Sea:Carter declared that if China responded to a ruling by the UN court by building military structures on Scarborough Reef it would “result in actions being taken both by the US, and actions being taken by others in the region.”

-(Navytimes 07/06) Top Navy officer visits carrier in contested South China Sea: The Stennis has essentially moved into the South China Sea in what experts say that the U.S. is going be present in what China claims as their waters.

 

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Weekly News 30/05 - 05/06

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-(SMH 02/06) Beijing welcomes Manila's offer for talks on dispute: Rodrigo Duterte said his country would not rely on long-term security ally the United States, signalling greater independence from Washington in dealing with China.

-(Stripes 02/06) Uncertainty over Beijing’s next move in South China Sea ahead of summit: A South China Sea ADIZ would be significantly more provocative, Navy and U.S. officials say.

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Weekly News 23/05 - 29/05

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-(Theguardian 29/05) South China Sea fears grow before tribunal rules on disputed islands: China already says it will reject ruling, fanning west’s fears of construction surge in islands and reefs in busy trade route

-(SCMP 29/05) US naval air manoeuvres become the ‘new normal’ in Asia-Pacific: US military moves in recent months have led to angry protests from China and Russia

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Weekly News 16/05 - 21/05

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-(Gmanetwork  20/05) PNoy on Duterte’s stance on sea dispute: President Benigno Aquino said he would like to believe that incoming President Rodrigo Duterte, would “do what is best for our country” in dealing with the sea dispute in the South China Sea.

-(Nikkei 20/05) China pushes back against US over South China Sea: China's latest move to keep American meddling in check comes ahead of Friday's inauguration of a new Taiwanese president, and an impending decision by the PCA in The Hague over a territorial dispute in the South China Sea.

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