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Weekly News 21 - 28 February

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- (Sify News 25/2) Not enough room for China in Indian Ocean: Maldives - 'We are not receptive to any installation, military or otherwise in the Indian Ocean, specially from un-traditional friends. The Indian Ocean is the Indian Ocean,' the Maldives president replied when asked about China's increasing foray in the region.

- (The Wall Street Journal 25/2) Libyan Turmoil Prompts Chinese Naval Firsts

- (Eurasia 24/2) Beijing And Washington: Things That Go Bang

- (The Diplomat 23/2) Jakarta Eyes South China Sea

- (UPI 22/2) Coral reefs said vital to biodiversity

- (ISEAS) The Conference on "ASEAN and the South China Sea dispute" organized by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore on 18 February 2011

- (Foreign Policy 21/2) Who can solve the South China Sea? - A key question that emerges is whether international law and multilateral organizations will play any meaningful role in the resolution of competing claims; (The Economist 21/2) A sea of disputes - TWO truths about the disputes in the South China Sea are well-recognised: they are extremely complex, and much misunderstood.

- (M & C 22/2) Vietnam reports six fishermen missing in the South China Sea

- (Wall Street Journal 21/2) U.S. Navy Commander Addresses China's Rise - Vice Adm. Scott Van Buskirk, commander of the U.S. Seventh Fleet, said in prepared remarks Monday to a forum in Hong Kong

- (The Diplomat 21/2) Is China Planning String of Pearls?

- (Inquirer 21/2) Is China playing PH card?

- (The Australian 21/2) Pacific allies urged to use unmanned spy planes against China challenge

- (Manila Bulletin 20/1) US Navy vows cooperation with Manila - The commander of the United States Pacific Command Robert Willard; (Los Angles Times 20/1 ) Japanese troops train at Camp Pendleton for island defense


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