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Weekly News 7/8 - 13/8

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-(Reuters 10/8) U.S. destroyer challenges China's claims in South China Sea: USS John S. McCain carried out a "freedom of navigation operation" on Thursday, coming within 12 nautical miles of Mischief Reef.

-(The Guardian 10/8) Chinese military tells US ship to turn around 10 times: Beijing ‘displeased’ after USS McCain sails close to the disputed Spratly Islands in a ‘freedom of navigation’ operation.

-(Reuters 9/8) Vietnam wins U.S. defense pledges as tension with China grows: Both countries agreed on a visit from a U.S. aircraft carrier and deeper defense cooperation.

-(Inquirer 8/8) US, allies slow Beijing’s South China Sea momentum: The US, Japan and Australia issued a joint statement that blasted aggressive actions in the contested offshore territories

-(Reuters 8/8) Philippines says China wanted non-legally binding South China Sea code, said the Philippine foreign minister.

-(CNN 8/8) US calls for legally binding code of conduct in SCS: The US, Australia and Japan have promised to continue "freedom of navigation" operations and called on Beijing to endorse a legally binding code of conduct.

-(GMA Network 7/8) ASEAN takes tougher stance on South China Sea, expressing concerns about the land reclamations in the disputed waters and calling for "non-militarization and self-restraint."

-(Channel NewsAsia 6/8) South China Sea code negotiations with ASEAN to start this year, China's foreign minister.

-(Reuters 6/8) ASEAN, China adopt framework for crafting code on South China Sea, a move they hailed as 100127-N-2760T-001.jpgprogress but seen by critics as tactic to buy China time to consolidate its maritime power.


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