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-(Reuters 27/3) Satellite images reveal show of force by Chinese navy in South China Sea: Dozens of Chinese naval vessels are exercising this week with an aircraft carrier in a large show of force off Hainan island in the South China Sea.

-(Japan Times 26/3) Why the South China Sea is critical to security: China’s cost-free change of the status quo in the South China Sea has resulted in costs for other countries.

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Weekly News 19/3 - 25/3

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-(PhilStar 22/3) ASEAN's Sydney Declaration aired strongest position on SCS, Despite the lack of an explicit reference to China's militarization

-(Washington Post 21/3) China, Philippines discuss joint South China Sea projects: Philippine Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano hailed a “golden period” in ties with China.

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Weekly News 12/3 - 18/3

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-(Rappler 12/3) ASEAN military chiefs push for peace in SCS, stress the need for 'a peaceful resolution' of the South China Sea dispute.

-(Inquirer 12/3) China needs to arm South China Sea islands, to display its claim to sovereignty over the sea.

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Weekly News 5/3 - 11/3

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-(CNN 5/3) US aircraft carrier in Vietnam for historic visit aimed at Beijing: For the first time since the end of the Vietnam War more than four decades ago, a US Navy aircraft carrier has arrived in the country.

-(Geopolitical Monitor 5/3) US Carrier Strike Group Making Waves in the SCS: Its ceremonious arrival also underscores a closer comprehensive partnership with Vietnam, once an enemy and now a friend.

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Weekly News 26/2 - 4/3

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-(Reuters 1/3) Philippines says any SCS energy deal must be with Chinese company, not government, said the spokesman for President Rodrigo Duterte.

-(Atimes 1/3) China senses and acts on US weakness in SCS: China is a rising power and it is only natural that it would seek to expand its areas of naval operations and political influence.

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