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-(The Interpreter 22/2) “Global Britain” on the line in the South China Sea: If the UK is to influence the calculations of China and other actors in the Indo-Pacific region, it requires a sustained and regular presence, not a PR stunt intended for audiences at home.

-(The Diplomat 20/2) Duterte: China's South China Sea Installations Aimed at the United States, Not the Philippines: The Philippine president made clear that he does not view China’s South China Sea installations as a direct threat.

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Weekly News 6/2 - 11/2

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-(Reuters 6/2) SE Asia ministers air concerns over Beijing's activities in South China Sea, noting that land reclamation continued even after talks began between their 10-member bloc and Beijing to agree a code of conduct.

-(Atimes 6/2) Photos show Beijing’s militarisation of South China Sea in new detail: China accused of building ‘island fortresses’ as Philippine newspaper obtains aerial images.

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Weekly News 29/1 - 4/2

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-(ASPI 31/1) Duterte’s push for joint exploration in the South China Sea: There’s talk in the Philippines of revising the constitution to amend the provisions that limit foreign investment and ownership.

-(ABC News 30/1) China's era of 'hide and bide' is over: It is the only nation that can plausibly challenge American global dominance.

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Weekly News 22/1 - 28/1

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-(Freebacon 24/1) Pentagon Denies Chinese Warship Drove U.S. Destroyer From SCS: The USS Hopper carried out an "innocent passage" not a freedom of navigation operation at Scarborough Shoal.

-(Atimes 24/1) PLA boosts amphibious fleet, with eye on Taiwan and SCS: The PLA Navy has another two Type 071 landing ships under construction, which will take the fleet to seven in total.

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Weekly News 15/1 - 21/1

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-(SCMP 17/1) Three possible outcomes from East China Sea oil spill, according to Chinese scientists: As the oil slick from the Iranian oil tanker Sanchi continues to spread, its possible environmental impact could be limited or it could see trace pollutants reaching as far as the west coast of North America.

-(SCMP 16/1) Xi Jinping calls on Donald Trump to revive economic dialogue programme: Chinese president says two nations should further open markets and boost cooperation, during phone call with US leader.

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