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-(Vietnamplus 26/6) Vietnam has firm evidence to prove China’s wrongful actions: Vietnam has adequate evidence to prove and confirm that Chinese ships had intentionally rammed and damaged its vessels, heard a regular press conference of the Foreign Ministry on June 26.

-(NHK 26/6) Biden, Lee discuss South China Sea disputes: US Vice President Joe Biden and Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong have agreed on the importance of finding peaceful resolutions to territorial disputes in the South China Sea. -(War on the Rocks 26/6) China’s problem with rules: Managing a reluctant stakeholder


Weekly News 16/6-22/6

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-(Reuters 19/6) Philippines, U.S. to hold naval drills near disputed shoal in South China Sea: Philippine and American troops are set to hold naval exercises this month near a disputed shoal, which will almost certainly anger China with tension already high in the South China Sea. -(The National Interest 19/6) As Tensions Rise in the South China Sea Rise: The Philippines' Military Modernizes

-(VOV 19/6) Over 100 scholars attend East Sea seminar in Danang: Increased tensions and solutions to the territorial dispute over the Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagos in the East Sea will be hotly debated at a seminar in Danang on June 20-21. -(Jamestown 19/6) Business and Politics in the South China Sea: Explaining HYSY 981’s Foray into Disputed Waters


Weekly News 9/6-15/6

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-(PhilStar 14/6) US: China 'occupying' South China Sea areas, breaking vows: The reported Chinese reclamation work and large scale construction of outposts in the South China Sea are an affront to the multilateral Declaration of Conduct that China agreed to follow, a top official of the US Department of State said.

-(Channel NewsAsia 14/6) Philippines protests over Chinese reef "reclamation": The Philippines said on Saturday it had filed a protest with Beijing for reclaiming land on a disputed South China Sea reef, the fourth such complaint in three months.


Weekly News 2/6-8/6

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-(South China Morning Post 6/6) Beijing tells G7 nations to stay out of disputes: China vowed to resolutely respond to provocations against its territorial sovereignty yesterday after the Group of Seven leaders expressed deep concerns over maritime tensions between Beijing and its Asian neighbours.

-(Vietnamplus 5/6) More details of China’s illegal East Sea acts emerge: As many as 24 of Vietnam’s law enforcement ships have been damaged and 12 fisheries surveillance officials have been injured by the Chinese side in the last month, revealed Ngo Ngoc Thu, Vice Commander and Chief of Staff of the Vietnam Coast Guard at an international press conference in Hanoi on June 5th. -(Vietnamplus 5/6) China sends more military ships to defend illegal oil rig


Weekly News 26/5-1/6

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-(Channel NewsAsia 31/5) US accuses China of "destabilising" acts in South China Sea: US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel accused China on Saturday of "destabilising actions" in the South China Sea and warned that Washington will not remain passive if the international order is threatened.

-(Reuters 31/5) Xi says China won't stir trouble in South China Sea: Chinese President Xi Jinping has vowed not to stir up trouble in the South China Sea but said China would react "in the necessary way" to provocations by other countries, the official Xinhua news agency reported.


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