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-(VNExpress 14/3) Vietnam asks China and Philippines to restrain in South China Sea: With tensions rising over Chinese vessels approaching an island occupied by the Philippines, Vietnam has called for calm.

-(Japan Times 14/3) The U.S. has sent B-52 bombers near disputed islands in the South China Sea, the second such mission over the contested waterway in 10 days.

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Weekly News 18/2 - 24/2

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-(The Diplomat 20/2) Britain's Empty South China Sea Gesture: Sending an aircraft carrier to the region, amid the turmoil of Brexit, is likely seen in China as empty posturing.

-(Navy Times 19/2) Tensions continue to simmer in the South China Sea

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Weekly News 26/11 - 2/12

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-(National Interest 26/11) What America Can Do to Avoid War in the SCS: Some helpful steps both Washington and Beijing should take.

-(UPI 26/11) China plans underwater AI base in South China Sea: The center could become the "first artificial intelligence colony on Earth."

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Weekly News 28/10 - 4/11

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-(CNN 30/10) U.S. denies reported 'show of force' plans in South China Sea, Admiral John Richardson said Monday.

-(Nikkei 29/10) Philippines hints at compromise on South China Sea dispute pact: Visiting Chinese foreign minister urges vigilance against US 'interference'

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Weekly News 8/10 - 14/10

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- (ASPI 9/10) Freedom-of-navigation operations aren’t all about the SCS: that artificial islands don’t generate territorial entitlements.  

-(VNExpress 8/10) VNese PM highlights Japan's role in maintaining peace in SCS: Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has called on Japan to enhance its role in promoting peace and stability in the SCS.

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