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Weekly News 9 - 16 May

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- (RSIS Commentary 75/2011) Robert Beckman, Islands or Rocks? Evolving Dispute in South China Sea

- (Straits Times 12/5) Hanoi rebuffs China comments on island vote - "The holding of elections in the Spratlys is the internal affair of Vietnam," and they have been conducted for many years, foreign ministry spokeswoman Nguyen Phuong Nga told reporters.

- (China Daily 12/5) Nations find way to cool Asia-Pacific issues - Beijing reaffirmed its commitment to the road of peaceful development and said it will not challenge US interests, according to Dai.

- (Journal Online 11/5) US bats for SCS Code of Conduct - United States Ambassador to Manila Harry Thomas Jr.

- (FreedomWar 11/5) Philippine military accuses China in sea spat

- (Jakarta Post 11/5) US to focus on East Asia now that Bin Laden is gone - Ernest Bower said

- (MOFA of ROC - Taiwan 10/5) MOFA remains firm on sovereignty over South China Sea islands

- (Manila Bulletin 10/5) FVR to PNoy: Confront US, China issues - Address issues related to the country’s relationship with the United States and China, particularly on mutual benefits from trade and investments, tourism, technology exchange, and the dispute over the Spratly Islands.

- (PhilStar 10/5) Noy holds meetings with ASEAN leaders on summit sidelines - Two leaders of Vietnam and Philippines discussed how each country could contribute to easing tensions in the area.

- (Mindanao Examiner 9/5) Confluence of Interests? - To co-exist peacefully, every nation should take into consideration the situation of less powerful sovereign states. Bullying a neighbor could create a grim scenario and may drag the whole region in a mutually assured destruction

- (Jakarta Post 9/5) ASEAN wants faster process on COC - “We want a code of conduct [COC]. More than 10 years have passed. We want to accelerate the process. That’s the spirit and  thinking of ASEAN. We know that there are certain tensions, but ASEAN’s perspectives will not worsen the tension. The ASEAN forum will not be a stage for rivalry,” Yudhoyono said.

- (PhilStar 9/5) Letting foreign vessels pass thru Phl waters - The sea-lanes are to bolster the Philippine assertion as an “archipelagic state” under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).

- (ChinaDaily 8/5) China adds South China Sea patrol ship - The 1,500-ton-class vessel, 88 meters long and 12 meters wide, was enlisted as the thirteenth patrolling ship of the South Sea fleet of the China Maritime Surveillance Force in the southern city of Guangzhou.

- (Breitbart 8/5) ASEAN leaders to seek breakthrough on South China Sea issue+

- (Jamestown Foundation 6/5) Ian Storey, China and the Philippines: Implications of the Reed Bank Incident


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