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Weekly News 31 January - 7 February

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- (The Telegraph 4/2) (C) BP PREFERS TO MANAGE CHINESE PRESSURE OVER SOUTH CHINA SEA IN COMMERCIAL CHANNELS - London Wikileaks Cables

- (DNA India 3/2) When Hu played sumo with ObamaThe recent Hu -Obama Presidential Summit in Washington was akin to two highly ranked sumo wrestlers circling each other while assessing how to edge the adversary out of the ring. Finally, decisions on important global and strategic issues were deferred till after 2012 when new leaderships assume charge in China and the US. Hu Jintao and Obama, however, both succeeded in achieving their immediate objectives.

- (The Mainichi Daily News 2/2) China, Japan eye late Feb. talks on maritime incidents - Diplomatic sources said Tuesday

- (Free Malaysia Today 2/2) Kota Kinabalu open to enemy attack - The federal government’s clandestine move to turn Kota Kinabalu into a naval city has angered its citizens who fear for their safety

- (The Jakarta Post 2/2) Indian Ocean needs maritime law as interests intersect - The discussion was jointly held by the Indonesian Council on World Affairs and the Foreign Ministry.

- (The Australian 2/2) Asia primed for a new Cold War - China's increased military spending in recent years has led to the US, and nations in the region, to hedge their bets on the peaceful use of that power

- (The New Republic/Viet-studies 1/2) The Belligerents: Meet the hardliners who now run China’s foreign policy - The most important shift—the one that, in some sense, paved the way for all the others—was the declining power of the men who sat atop the Communist Party….As China’s military strength has improved in recent years, the PLA’s top officers have become less willing to show deference to the Communist Party’s civilian leaders.

- (Oil and Gas Online 1/2) FMC Technologies Awarded $85 Million Order For CNOOC's Liuhua 4-1 Development


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