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Weekly News 29/5-4/6

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-(Vietnamnews 1/6) US-VN Joint Statement for Enhancing the Comprehensive Partnership: Regarding the SCS, President Trump stressed that the United States will continue to fly, sail, and operate anywhere international law allows.

-(PhilStar 31/5) Duterte hits Carpio for pushing for Phl claim in SCS: Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio had been urging the president to enforce the ruling of an international arbitral tribunal on the maritime dispute.

-(The Week 31/5) Trump's big mistake in the South China Sea: Clearly Washington has options when it comes to reigning in Beijing's excessive claims in the SCS— but sailing a boat around an island and then going home isn't one of them.

 -(Reuters 30/5) McCain: China is behaving like a 'bully' in South China Sea, an activity Washington must confront with its allies to find a peaceful solution.

-(The Australian 30/5) John McCain’s China Sea call to US allies: US Republican senator has urged Australia and other allies in Asia to join America in challenging Chinese claims.

-(USNI News 30/5) A Brief History of U.S. Freedom of Navigation Operations in the South China Sea: The U.S. and China have been at odds over the status of Chinese artificial islands in the South China Sea and U.S. FONOPs.

-(Manila Times 29/5) G7 pushes demilitarization of South China Sea: The Group of Seven (G7) leaders reaffirmed their commitment to 3118380241(1).jpgmaintaining a rules-based order in the East China Sea and South China Se

-(DW 28/5) War of words as Chinese jets intercept US surveillance plane: The US has accused Chinese aircraft of reckless behavior in international airspace; China's Defense Ministry rejects the claims - and has made accusations of its own.

 


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