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China criticises US, Japan, Australia for 'fanning' tensions over South China Sea issue

Jul 27, 2016

China criticises US, Japan, Australia for 'fanning' tensions over South China Sea issue

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi criticised the United States, Japan and Australia for a joint statement on the South China Sea that he said was only "fanning the flames" of regional tensions just as countries have agreed to cool them down. #China #Japan #US #Australia #NewsTracker #Beijing #South China Sea
US neutral on South China Sea but 'rule of law must be upheld': John Kerry

Jul 26, 2016

US neutral on South China Sea but 'rule of law must be upheld': John Kerry

After months of confrontations in the South China Sea and days of high-stakes diplomacy, US Secretary of State John Kerry said Tuesday. #China #US #TheySaidIt #South China Sea #Philippines #Asean #John Kerry #Wang Yi #Rodrigo Duterte #The hague tribunal
Asean nations in a fix over confronting Beijing on South China Sea

Jul 24, 2016

Asean nations in a fix over confronting Beijing on South China Sea

This is the first Asean gathering in the Laos capital, including China and the US, have met en masse since a UN-backed tribunal ruled against Beijing. #China #US #NewsTracker #South China Sea #Asean
Philippines rejects China talks not based on South China Sea feud ruling

Jul 19, 2016

Philippines rejects China talks not based on South China Sea feud ruling

The Philippines' top diplomat said Tuesday he has rejected a Chinese government offer to hold talks "outside of and in disregard" of an international tribunal's ruling last week that debunked Beijing's claim to ownership of virtually the entire South China Sea. #NewsTracker #South China Sea #The Hague #Wang Yi #UNCLOS #China-Philippines relations #Permanent Court of Arbitration #Perfecto Yasay Jr
China to close part of South China Sea for military exercises

Jul 18, 2016

China to close part of South China Sea for military exercises

China said on Monday that it is closing off a part of the South China Sea for military exercises this week, days after an international tribunal ruled against Beijing's claim to ownership of virtually the entire strategic waterway. #China #NewsTracker #South China Sea #Philippines #military exercises #Hague Tribunal
China's South China Sea arguments only prove its own perverse logic of history

Jul 17, 2016

China's South China Sea arguments only prove its own perverse logic of history

The problem with the Chinese version of history is the inability to draw the line. History is often a confused heap of facts and that is why its lessons are no more enlightening than the wisdom of those who interpret them. #India #China #Japan #InMyOpinion #South Korea #Beijing #South China Sea #Philippines #The Hague #Permanent Court of Arbitration #1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea
South China Sea verdict: 'Cannot loose one centimetre' of claimed area, says Beijing

Jul 15, 2016

South China Sea verdict: 'Cannot loose one centimetre' of claimed area, says Beijing

In the wake of the international tribunal rejecting its claims in the disputed South China Sea, China on Friday said that the issue of sovereignty was the nation's "bottom line" and the country "cannot loose one centimetre" of the area it claims. #India #China #Arunachal Pradesh #NewsTracker #South China Sea #Philippines #Ajit Doval #Permanent Court of Arbitration
South China Sea: Philippine to hold 'peaceful talks' with China

Jul 15, 2016

South China Sea: Philippine to hold 'peaceful talks' with China

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte ruled out war with China over the South China Sea dispute and said he would like to send former President Fidel Ramos to China for peaceful talks on the issue, the media reported on Friday. #China #Manila #NewsTracker #South China Sea #Permanent Court of Arbitration #Phillipine #Fidel Ramos
Vietnam claims Beijing's activities in South China Sea violate its sovereignty

Jul 14, 2016

Vietnam claims Beijing's activities in South China Sea violate its sovereignty

Vietnam on Thursday protested China's recent activities in the disputed South China Sea, saying they seriously violate Vietnamese sovereignty. #China #NewsTracker #South China Sea #Vietnam #Philippines #Hague Tribunal #Hague Ruling