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Weekly News 18 - 25 April

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- (United Nations) Submission to the CLCS of Philippine on China's "9-dash line" ---->>> China's Response to Philippines' Note; Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China (Taiwan) reiterates its position on the South China Sea

- (Radio Australia News 21/4) Vietnam, China on path to settle South China Sea dispute

- (Taipei Times 22/4) Taiwan calls for mechanism to discuss disputed areas

- (IDSA 21/4) China's Aircraft Carrier: Some Observations

- (Manila Standard 20/4) Coast Guard tapped for Spratlys duties - PRESIDENT Benigno Aquino III

- (New Straits Times 19/4) Talks to resolve claims over Spratlys - A meeting between Malaysia's Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and China's Vice-Premier Li Keqiang

- (ABS-CBN 19/4) China accuses PH of ‘invasion’; (Manila Times 19/4) Defending the Philippines’ rights to the Reed Bank - The solution is for the Philippines to assert that the Reed Bank is not part of the Spratlys’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ) or continental shelf; China’s ‘Two No’s Policy’ on South China Sea disputes - "no multilateral negotiations and no “internationalization”; How we should deal with China’s U-Line - we must work to become everybody’s friend. And count on collective strength, within Asean to boost our ability to defend ourselves.

- (Taiwan Today 19/4) CGA bolsters combat readiness of South China Sea personnel; (Taiwan Times 19/4) Taiwan: After 11-year hiatus, ROC marines to return to South China Sea - Coast Guard Administration

- (Jakarta Post 19/4) Editorial: Spratly diplomacy

- (Focus Taiwan 18/4) Lawmaker proposes sending marines back to South China Sea;  Taiwan advised to be aggressive on South China Sea dispute

- (The Diplomat 15/4) China’s Military Gets Expeditionary - In the fifth in our series on understanding Asia-Pacific sea power, we look at the PLA’s growing expeditionary capabilities and its greater implications.


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