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China opposes any third party intervention to resolve the disputes. It claims sovereignty over almost all of the South China Sea. DOC (declaration on conduct of parties) and steadily push forward consultations on a COC (code of conduct)," Chinese
From harassing Filipino fishing boats and monitoring oil exploration off Vietnam to playing cat-and-mouse with the Japan Coast Guard, China's expanding fleet of civilian patrol vessels have become the enforcers in disputed Asian waters. The ships of
Department of Sociology and Social Policy at University of Sydney The US is desperate to revitalise its Asia-Pacific hegemony, trying to weave together a web of military and political alliances and relationships. EPA/Jeon Heon-Kyun When introducing
No invitation for Malaysia to join PHL arbitration case vs. China The Philippines has not invited Malaysia to join its arbitration case filed before a United Nations (UN) tribunal in connection with China's massive claim over parts of the South China
Will that bit of ancient wisdom now hold for the United States and Japan? For a half-century, the U.S., which wrote Japan's postwar peace constitution, has pressed the Japanese to play a greater role in maintaining Asian and global stability...
Thousands of protesters rallied outside the Hong Kong's government headquarters on Sunday to condemn a knife attack on a former newspaper editor and to voice support for press freedom amid growing concern over Beijing's influence in the media. Kevin
THE Philippine Information Agency (PIA) on Saturday announced that President Benigno Aquino III and Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak have agreed to pursue peaceful settlement of the territorial dispute in the South China Sea.
Compatriots from across the Taiwan Straits should be vigilant against Japanese proposals that may interfere with cross-Straits affairs and alienate relations between the two sides, a mainland spokesman said on Wednesday. Ma Xiaoguang, State Council
Amid its maritime disputes with several neighbours, China has completed the collection of detailed topographic data and images of over 10,000 islands using aerial remote sensing to improve surveillance. The completion of the project marks China's
On January 27, China's Coast Guard fired water cannon at Filipino fishermen for the first time to drive them away from a disputed fishing ground...Goldberg also reiterated US support "in [Philippine] efforts to bring certain of these matters before