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-(VOA 17/7) Surge in SCS Naval Exercises in 2018 Vexes Beijing: A surge in naval maneuvers in the South China Sea by Western allies this year is keeping China from any further expansion into the contested waters.

-(PhilStar 17/7) Philippines Palace denies government inaction on SCS dispute: The Duterte administration acts swiftly but “quietly” on every act of violation of Philippine sovereignty by the Chinese, said Presidential spokesman Harry Roque.

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Weekly News 9/7 - 15/7

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-(VNExpress 10/7) US publisher buys rights to Vietnamese book on deadly sea battle with China: The book about the battle that saw 64 Vietnamese die defending Spratly reefs from China will be distributed worldwide in English.

-(Stripes 9/7) U.S., Philippine navies train in SCS: During Sama Sama, American and Filipino sailors are carrying out air-defense, diving and search and rescue drills, the Navy said in its statement.

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Weekly News 2/7 - 8/7

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-(Reuters 4/7) Japanese helicopter carrier to tour South China Sea, Indian Ocean for two months, as it looks to bolster its presence in the strategic maritime region with annual tours.

-(The America Interest 3/7) Will the South China Sea Become a Chinese Lake? Twelve days at sea on a French warship provide occasion to ponder what lies ahead for the disputed waterway.

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Weekly News 25/6 - 1/7

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-(ABC News 26/6) Australia new Air Force spy drones to monitor SCS, fleet of six planes to cost $7 billion: Spy planes can stay in the air for more than a day and will be used to hunt enemy submarines and carry out surveillance flights.

-(SCMP 25/6) Japan to help develop Indonesian islands in SCS: Tokyo says it will spend millions of dollars on fishery facilities in a remote island chain

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Weekly News 18/6 - 24/6

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-(News.com.au 18/6) China’s new aircraft carrier is in for repairs — and its project manager faces corruption charges: CHINA’S ambitions in the SCS have suffered a setback after its first home-built aircraft carrier appears to be in crisis.

-(AP 18/6) Recent Developments Surrounding the South China Sea

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