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-(SCMP 28/6) South China Sea dispute expected to dominate Philippine foreign secretary’s first China visit as he tries to balance the competing interests of Beijing and Southeast Asian countries against the South China Sea disputes.

-(India Times 27/6) India, US call for freedom of navigation amid South China Sea disputes and resolving of territorial and maritime disputes peacefully in accordance with international law.

Weekly News 19/6-25/6

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-(SCMP 22/6) Top Chinese general cuts short Vietnam trip amid South China Sea tensions: Analysts say snub by top military man is sign of Beijing’s frustration with Hanoi over its activities in disputed waters. –(New York Times 22/6) China Cancels Military Meeting With Vietnam Over Territorial Dispute

-(Defense News 22/6) China deploys new anti-submarine aircraft to fringes of South China Sea, according to satellite imagery obtained by Defense News.

Weekly News 12/6-18/6

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-(Los Angeles Times 16/6) US policy on South China Sea to remain 'consistent,' commander says despite statements from the Trump administration that seem to imply otherwise.

-(Japan Times 16/6) U.S., Japan conclude joint drills in disputed South China Sea: The exercises were an apparent show of naval force in the strategic waters.

Weekly News 5/6-11/6

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-(Military.com 8/6) Pentagon: China Could House Fighters on 3 South China Sea Outposts: The airfields, berthing areas and resupply facilities will allow China to maintain a more flexible and persistent coast guard and military presence in the area, the report said.

-(Nikkei 7/6) Philippines firm on South China Sea claims: Cayetano: Top diplomat hails 'peaceful' approach, vows not to yield 'inch' of territory.

Weekly News 29/5-4/6

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-(Vietnamnews 1/6) US-VN Joint Statement for Enhancing the Comprehensive Partnership: Regarding the SCS, President Trump stressed that the United States will continue to fly, sail, and operate anywhere international law allows.

-(PhilStar 31/5) Duterte hits Carpio for pushing for Phl claim in SCS: Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio had been urging the president to enforce the ruling of an international arbitral tribunal on the maritime dispute.

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