My Sinchew/ South_China_Sea

Brazil, Argentina share experience of peace

Countries involved in the South China Sea conflicts can take cue from the experience of these two South American countries which overcame long-time enmity to become mutually trusting friends.


Australia, Indonesia mull joint South China Sea patrols

Australia is considering joint patrols with Indonesia in the disputed South China Sea, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said Tuesday, in a move set to irk Beijing.


Chinese vessels leave disputed shoal: Philippine official

Chinese vessels have left the contested Scarborough Shoal in the South China Sea, a Philippine official said Saturday, less than a week after President Rodrigo Duterte visited Beijing pledging closer ties.


South China Sea looms over Duterte visit

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte spent his first full day in China Wednesday, on a state visit that comes as he makes increasing overtures to Beijing while vocally scorning his US ally.


Indonesia holds military drill at South China Sea islands

The Indonesian air force Thursday held a major exercise around its islands in the South China Sea where there have been clashes with Chinese vessels in waters claimed by Beijing.


Taiwan asks Google to blur images of South China Sea island

Taiwan's defence ministry has asked Google to blur images of a new development believed to be for military use on a disputed South China Sea island.


Obama says South China Sea ruling 'binding'

US President Barack Obama warned Thursday an international tribunal's ruling that China's sweeping claims to the South China Sea had no legal basis was "binding", after Beijing vowed to ignore the verdict.


China under pressure over sea row at Asean meet

Beijing came under pressure at an Asian summit Wednesday over its "illegal" island building in the South China Sea, after the Philippines produced evidence it said showed fresh construction activity at a flashpoint shoal.


Manila: China must respect SCS ruling

"Upon such a basis we will be seeking mutually beneficial solutions to the problems arising from the tribunal's decision."


Vietnam says all will lose in any South China Sea war

Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang warned on Tuesday there would be no winners in any armed conflict sparked by territorial disputes in the South China Sea.


 

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