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Weekly News 15/02 - 21/02

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-(The Guardian 21/02) Julie Bishop says missile launchers shouldn't deter flights, commercial flights should continue as normal because of China’s undertaking not to militarise despite the ‘risk of miscalculation’

-(Reuters 21/02) Paracels build-up a pointer to China's broader South China Sea ambitions: Beijing's moves in the Paracels will likely be replicated on its man-made islands in the more contentious Spratly archipelago, that would give Beijing the reach to try to enforce any effective air defense zone in the South China Sea

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Weekly News 02/01 - 07/01

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-(The Epochtimes 04/02) China and Russia Developing Weapons for Use in Rapid War, Says US Defense Secretary; (National Interest 03/02) America Reveals 'Great Power' Plans Against Russia and China

-(The Diplomat 04/02) 'Nearly All' Australian Patrols in South China Sea Are Challenged by China: Australia’s air force chief said more and more Australian patrol flights were being warned away by China.

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Weekly News 18/01 - 24/01

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-(WSJ 25.01) John Kerry in Asia to Press China on North Korea Nuclear Test, South China Sea; (Reuters 24.01) Urging ASEAN unity over South China Sea

-(NDTV 24/01) Countries Should Play By Same Rules In South China Sea: the U.S. President Barack Obama also said India and US will continue to expand their military exercises and maritime cooperation.

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Weekly News 11/01 - 17/01

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-(Asia Nikkei 17/01) Abe rips G-2, says China's maritime moves 'cannot be tolerated', and the international community should raise its voice against this

-(Reuters 17/01) South China Sea? For Beijing, Taiwan is the No. 1 security issue: After 8 years of calm in what had been one of Asia's powder kegs, the landslide election of an independence-leaning opposition leader has thrust Taiwan back into the spotlight as one of the region's most sensitive security issues.

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Weekly News 04/01 - 10/01

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-(Deccanchronicle 10/01) Australia says no plan to stop surveillance flights over South China Sea: Payne said Canberra would not be deterred by warnings from Beijing.

-(Inquirer 10/01) Anxiety over power play in South China Sea: Analysts see the commissioning of the Fiery Cross airstrip as just the beginning of an effort by Beijing to consolidate its hold.

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Weekly News 28/12 - 03/01/2016

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-(Straitstimes 30/12) Beijing sends three new ships to S. China Sea: The move is seen as a riposte to current protest of 50 Philippine protesters in a disputed Philippine-held island in the Spratly archipelago.

-(Bloomberg 30/12) China Sends Japan a ‘Don't Meddle’ Message Via an Ex-Navy Ship: China is in a dread of Japan’s intention of seeking more active security role in Southeast Asia.

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Weekly News 21/12 - 27/12

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-(Reuters 27/12) Filipino protesters land on disputed island in South China Sea, in a stand against what they say is Beijing's creeping invasion of the Philippine EEZ.

 -(Defenseworld 26/12) Chinese Su-35 To Counter US Military Movement In South China Sea: The Su-35’s ability to take off from a relatively short runway will enable it to use the runways China will build on its artificial islands

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Weekly News 14/12 - 20/12

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-(Thejakartapost 18/12) ASEAN vs. China over South China Sea: Under the present circumstances, it is important for ASEAN to tie up with other major powers of the region  for stronger strategic, diplomatic and defense cooperation.

-(Heritage 17/12) China’s Pivot to the Sea: Washington must make clear that China cannot use them to intimidate key partners or to dominate the vital East Asian region.

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Weekly News 07/12 - 13/12

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-(Nytimes 11/12) China’s Dangerous Ambiguity in the South China Sea: Since China’s maritime claims are not clarified, it is impossible for others to determine where and when China is willing to use force, thus increasing the chance of conflict.

-(CNNPhilippines 11/12) EDCA helpful to PH in S. China Sea row: Aside from increased rotational presence of U.S. forces, EDCA also help to upgrade existing Philippine military facilities, like airport runways and harbors.

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