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-(AMTI 28/3) China’s Big Three Near Completion: Beijing can now deploy military assets, including combat aircraft and mobile missile launchers, to the Spratly Islands at any time.

-(GMA Network 27/3) PHL, China to discuss South China Sea bilateral mechanism in May, Philippine Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said in a Monday statement.

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-(AMTI 22/3) Raging Waters in Benham Rise: As the Benham Rise controversy begins to subside, the two governments may have learned that in the future, it would be best to tread very carefully in these raging waters.

-(RSIS 22/3) Indonesia-Australia Ties: Joint Patrols in the South China Sea? Notwithstanding the hype, it is in reality a distant prospect.

Weekly News 13/3-19/3

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-(PhilStar 17/3) China plans station on disputed South China Sea shoal: A local Chinese government says it plans to build an environmental monitoring station Scarborough Shoal.

-(US Senate 15/3) Rubio, Cardin Introduce Bill Targeting Chinese Aggression in SCS

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-(Reuters 8/3) China says first draft of South China Sea code of conduct ready, adding tension in the waterway had eased notably.

-(GMA Network 8/3) Australia says no plan for joint South China Sea patrols with Indonesia, despite his country aimed to work more closely with Indonesia over maritime security.

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-(The Diplomat 2/3) The Philippines' South China Sea Flip-Flop: The Duterte administration’s inconsistent approach toward the disputes is making diplomacy even more difficult.

-(Reuters 1/3) Is Beijing outflanking the United States in the South China Sea? Some military experts project that within a little more than a decade, China’s People’s Liberation Army Navy may have more warships than Washington under its command. –(Business Insider 1/3) Here's how the US military is sticking it to Beijing in the South China Sea

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