Weekly News 27/3-2/4

Thứ hai, 27 Tháng 3 2017 23:25
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-(The Bangkok Post 31/3) Asean, China debate South China Sea code: All 10 Asean members and China will take the draft document home, with discussions on it to resume at a meeting of senior officials in May to be held in China.

-(Vietnamplus 30/3) Vietnam protests Taiwan (China)’s live-fire drill in Vietnam’s waters, demanding that Taiwan not to repeat such activity.

-(PhilStar 30/3) Philippines, China to hold direct talks on SCS: “This May, both sides will discuss the specific dates and the agenda,” said Philippine foreign affairs spokesman Charles Jose.

-(Reuters 30/3) China says 'no such thing' as man-made islands in South China Sea: Defence Ministry said and reiterated that any building work was mainly for civilian purposes.

-(GMA Network 30/3) Duterte admits confronting US envoy for inaction in South China Sea: He told US Ambassador Kim that the US should have sent its Navy ships to the areas China was taking over.

-(Real Clear Defense 30/3) Advancing China’s South China Sea Dominance: A PLAN article reminds us that the South China Sea dispute has further to run. China remains ambitious. Watch out 'small countries', do not make 'trouble wilfully and endlessly'.

-(The Dilplomat 30/3) Will Hybrid Warfare Protect America’s Interests in the South China Sea? The pros and cons of increasing the use of unmanned vehicles in the South China Sea.

-(PhilStar 29/3) China sends message of supremacy in South China Sea — expert: “China now dominates the region and all should behave accordingly,” according to an article authored by South Sea Fleet officers of PLA.

-(AMTI 28/3) China’s Big Three Near Completion: Beijing can now deploy military assets, including combat aircraft and mobile missile launchers, to the Spratly Islands at any time.

-(GMA Network 27/3) PHL, China to discuss South China Sea bilateral mechanism in May, Philippine Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said in a Monday statement.

-(National Interest 27/3) The Real South China Sea Crisis Everyone Is Missing: Scientists say that the region’s marine environment deserves attention, partly because overfishing on all sides is depleting fish stocks.

-(Channel NewsAsia 27/3) China calls for cooperation mechanism among SCS littoral countries: "The mechanism is aimed at strengthening pragmatic cooperation and increasing mutual trust, and is not about resolving disputes."

-(AP 27/3) Recent developments surrounding the South China Sea

-(Real Clear Defense 27/3) U.S. Partnership Options in the South China Sea: It is important that the U.S. maintains a regional ally in the SCS with territorial holdings.

-(Inquirer 27/3) PLP gets two patrol planes from Japan, in a bid to boost its maritime patrol capabilities amid the growing need to protect the country’s territory.

-(Atimes 25/3) South China Sea installations ‘primarily’ civilian: Li Keqiang: China is not militarizing the disputed maritime region, the country’s premier said on a visit in Australia


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