21 - 6 - 2019 | 2:16
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
Home TIN TỨC TUẦN TIN TIẾNG ANH (ENGLISH NEWS) Weekly News 28 February - 7 March

Weekly News 28 February - 7 March

Email In PDF.

- (Sun Star 6/3) Philippines, China reminded of agreed conduct over Spratlys after Chinese patrol boats allegedly harassed a Philippine oil exploration ship near the disputed Spratly islands.

- (Asahia Shimbun 6/3) ANALYSIS: China's hike in defense spending aimed at bolstering its naval might - Will the increase in China's defense spending apply pressure to its neighbors?;(BBC 4/3) China's military build-up causes 'concern' in Asia

- (Wall Street Journal 3/3) South China Sea Tensions Rise

- (The National Interest 3/3) China’s Increasing Assertiveness and Its Implications - A number of Beijing’s actions over the past year suggest that China will not be content to be a purely commercial power, as so many American policymakers and pundits have hoped.

- (American Enterprise Institute 2/3) Asian Tide - The oceangoing phase of long-range Chinese strategy - This picture of Chinese strategy is so shockingly at variance with contemporary thinking about maritime strategy that the temptation to dismiss it will be strong.

- (Wall Street Journal 2/3) Russia Fears China, Not Japan - For that reason, Tokyo and Moscow need to guard against a new crisis in their relations and should instead consider jointly how to deal with the Chinese security challenge they both face.

- (AP 2/3) Clinton says US in direct competition with China

- (Wall Street Journal 2/3) The Decline of U.S. Naval Power - Sixty ships were commonly underway in America's seaward approaches in 1998, but today there are only 20. We are abdicating our role on the oceans.

- (Jakarta Globe 28/2) Could China’s Influence Split Asean in Two? Thanks to the lopsided development of the Greater Mekong Subregion, propelled by China with the help of the Asian Development Bank, the area along China’s border has been transforming into a bloc of its own — a trend that could permanently divide Asean.

- (New York Times 28/2) With Its Eye on China, Japan Builds Up Military

- (Foreign Policy/ Viet-studies) China's Search for a Grand Strategy

- (BBC 28/2) China to offer islands for hire - A Strategic move?


Tin mới hơn:
Tin cũ hơn:

Ngôn ngữ

NGHIÊN CỨU BIỂN ĐÔNG

Joomla Slide Menu by DART Creations

Tìm kiếm

Học bổng Biển Đông

           

          

HỘI THẢO QUỐC GIA, QUỐC TẾ

Philippin kiện Trung Quốc

 

 

TÀI LIỆU ĐẶC BIỆT

ĐANG TRỰC TUYẾN

Hiện có 5674 khách Trực tuyến

Đăng nhập



Đăng ký nhận tin