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Weekly News 19/10 - 25/10

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-(FinancialReview  26/10) Why business should care about the South China sea dispute: International affairs If China militarises the Spratly Islands and there is a clash with the US navy, almost one-third of global trade will be at risk.

-(Reuters 25/10) U.S. patrols to raise stakes with Beijing in disputed South China Sea: “Nobody wants to give the Chinese a new no-go zone and an effective territorial sea they are not entitled to,” said Bonnie Glaser.

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Weekly News 12/10 - 18/10

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-(UPI 18/10) U.S., Japan display warships amid rising tensions with China: The review ceremony came after U.S. officials earlier this month said they would begin conducting maritime patrols within the territorial limits of China's man-made Spratly Islands.

-(SCMP 18/10) US to soon begin patrols around disputed areas in South China Sea, sources say: Washington has notified Southeast Asian nations of its plan to sail warships within 12 nautical miles of artificial islands that China has built.

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Weekly News 05/10 - 11/10

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-(Business-standard 12/10) Amidst tension in South China Sea, US, Japan and India ready for naval Exercise Malabar: By sailing warships next week through a 12-nautical mile zone around these islands, the USN will explicitly reject China's claim.

-(Nasdaq 11/10) U.S. Patrols to Test China's Pledge on Islands: The U.S. determination to challenge China with patrols near Chinese-built islands in the SCS will test Xi Jinping's recent pledge that Beijing doesn't intend to "militarize" the islands.

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Weekly News 28/09-4/10

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 -(Thediplomat 04/10) One Step Closer to US Freedom of Navigation Patrols in the South China Sea: Washington’s moving closer and closer to staging freedom of navigation patrols near China’s artificial islands.

-(Thediplomat 04/10) US to Support Taiwan in South China Sea Per 2016 Defense Budget Bill: U.S. support for Taiwan will extend into the South China Sea.

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Weekly News 21/09-27/09

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-(Flashcritic 27/09) Unit 78020: New PLA cyber attack unit linked to Beijing’s South China Sea takeover campaign: The cyber operations by Unit 78020 are part of “a broader national objective of physically intruding into the 1.4 million square miles that make up the South China Sea.”

-(SCMP 27/09) China might push on with work on South China Sea reefs despite warning from US President Barack Obama: “The construction is continuing and I think that’s just a message to the US that China thinks what it is doing is legal, legitimate and justifiable, and that all the other claimants have undertaken reclamation and construction,” Bonnie Glaser said.

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Weekly News 14/09-20/09

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-(BusinessInsider 20/09) China is continuing to militarize the South China Sea despite promising to stop: The continuation of construction and dredging on the islands, despite China’s promises to stop, will likely cast a cloud over Chinese President Xi Jinping’s state visit later this month

-(Wantchinatimes 20/09) US preparing for potential conflict in South China Sea: Ashton Carter, said Washington was already moving ahead to prepare for a potential conflict with China in the disputed South China Sea region.

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Weekly News 07/09-13/09

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-(NewsWeek 13/09) What Will The Obama-Xi Summit Achieve? …The U.S will not get agreement by China to stop pushing forward on claims in the South China Sea…China claims that is not the business of the United States.

-(Bostonherald 12/09) China Just Sent a Message to America: Don’t Mess With Us: Despite talk of peace, Beijing was sending a message to the region and to the world, especially the United States that China has awoken from its security slumber and is a giant not to be messed with.

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Weekly News 31/08 - 06/09

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-(AsianReview 06/09)  US warships might make a pass by China's man-made islets, The government is leaning that way in the wake of Chinese navy vessels' recent passage through U.S. territorial waters off Alaska.

-(Inquirer 06/09) DND urges China to practice ‘commitment to peace’: “We call on China’s government to show its sincerity by, at the least, stopping all ongoing construction and militarization activities and to refrain from restricting freedom of flight and navigation in the West Philippine Sea,” said Peter Paul Galvez.

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Weekly News 24/08-30/08

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-(Manilatimes 31/08) Taiwan and its South China Sea Peace Initiative strongly believe only its scenario creates benefits to all parties.

-(SMH 31/08) China ready to launch military power from artificial islands in South China Sea: By 2017, military analysts expect China will have equipped its new sand islands that will enable it to project military and paramilitary power.

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Weekly News 17/8-23/8

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 -(WSJ 24/08) New U.S. Security Strategy Doesn’t Go Far Enough on South China Sea: It represents progress, but much work remains to defend U.S. interests and the global system, and thereby shore up its Asia-Pacific legacy.

-(USA Today 23/08) U.S. adds muscle, seeks friends in South China Sea standoff: They help participating Southeast Asian navies exercise and prepare for real-world scenarios.

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