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Weekly News 25/04 - 30/04

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-(Straitstimes 28/04) China responds to Singapore diplomats' remarks on South China SeaIn an earlier speech, former Asean secretary-general Ong Keng Yong criticised the move as tantamount to China "meddling" in Asean's internal affairs.

-(Japantimes 28/04) Tokyo queries Beijing on May visit by top Abe aide, told Japan approach to South China Sea rows a factor: China has yet to respond, saying it will keep a close watch on Japan’s approach.

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Weekly News 19/04 - 24/04

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-(SCMP 25/04) China to build up atoll in contested South China Sea, source says: Reclamation work for outpost at Scarborough Shoal off Philippines coast ‘to begin this year’

-(Reuters 24/04) China says Brunei, Cambodia, Laos agree sea dispute must not hurt ties; (Straitstimes 24/04) South China Sea consensus 'shows up Asean fault lines'

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Weekly News 11/04 - 17/04

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-(AFR 15/04) Beijing warns Malcolm Turnbull to be 'careful' on South China Sea: Mr Turnbull raised Australia's concerns over China's inflammatory land grab in the region and he planned to raise it again.

-(BusinessInsider 15/04) The US is about to spend a lot more time patrolling the South China Sea: Demonstrating that the two countries are increasing security cooperation amid joint concerns over China's actions in the region's disputed waterways.

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Weekly News 04/04 - 10/04

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-(SMH 08/04) South China Sea: claims White House 'gagged' US navy chief over China criticism: There was still an active debate in Washington about how to respond to China.

-(SCMP 08/04) EU says economic security linked to maritime disputes in South China Sea: Half the world’s trade passed through the South China Sea and that the EU’s economic security was closely linked to stability in the Asia-Pacific ­region.

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Weekly News 28/03 - 03/04

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-(LFT 04/04) South China Sea: Hainan is the ‘tip of the naval spear’: Hainan is not just about military hardware. Its fishermen are tasked with protecting China’s sovereignty through their frequent fishing trips.

-(Lowyinterpreter 04/04) Is Beijing’s militarisation of the South China Sea really 'defensive'? Given the differing national interpretations of 'militarisation', Beijing pursues its own brand of militarisation at its own comfortable pace and to the extent, calling such moves 'defensive' measures in any manner befitting its interests.

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Weekly News 21/03 - 27/03

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-(NationalInterest 29/03) Dredging Up Disaster in the South China Sea: China is exploiting a legal gray area to advance its ambitions.

-(TheDiplomat 28/03) Indonesia Plays Up New South China Sea ‘Base’ After China Spat: Lawmakers want existing plans for a new ‘base’ in the Natunas to get a closer look.

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Weekly News 14/03 - 20/03

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-(News.au.com 20/03) Chinese coast guard intervenes as Indonesia arrests illegal fishermen; -(TheGuardian 20/03) Indonesia summons Chinese ambassador as fishing dispute escalates.

-(BusinessInsider 20/03) These images might just be the clearest signs of China's expansion in the disputed South China Sea: These pursuits have put China at odds with Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, Malaysia, and large sections of the international community including the US.

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Weekly News 07/03 - 13/03

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-(JapanTimes 11/03)  Amid South China Sea spat, Japan foreign aid white paper stresses importance of sea lanes, the paper also listed strengthening the rule of law, maritime security, cybersecurity and peace-building measures, among others, as ways of boosting Japan’s ties with Southeast Asia.

-(The Diplomat 11/03) How Chinese Analysts Understand Taiwan’s Geostrategic Significance: As the world fixates on the South China Sea, Chinese describe Taiwan as the regional key.

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Weekly News 29/02 - 06/03

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 -(UPI 03/03) Philippines borrowing planes from Japan to patrol South China Sea: Five surplus TC-90 training planes are expecting to join the Philippine Navy

-(Washingtonpost 03/03) Navy aircraft carrier group moves into contested South China SeaNavy Cmdr. Clay Doss, a spokesman for U.S. Pacific Fleet said the carrier is carrying out a routine patrol of the South China Sea, where China has in recent weeks moved Chinese fighter jets, military radar and surface-to-air missiles. The Navy will continue to appear in the South China Sea regularly.

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Weekly News 22/02 - 28/02

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-(Inquirer 26/02) Candidates must state position on S. China Sea—Carpio: Whether they stay the legal course or surrender sovereignty and agree to a joint development with China in the disputed South China Sea?

-(Japantimes 26/02) Draw a line in the South China Sea: More countries should be sending the same message to China, making clear to Beijing that its intrusions into international waters and its unilateral attempts to rewrite the status quo will not be tolerated

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