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 -(ABC News 7/10) Philippines Tells US No Joint Patrols in South China Sea: The Philippine defense chief said Friday that the U.S. military has been told that plans for joint patrols and naval exercises in the disputed South China Sea have been put on hold as the country's new president desires.

-(Reuteres 6/10) Amid South China Sea uncertainty, Indonesia stages a show of force: Indonesian warplanes on Thursday staged a large-scale exercise on the edge of South China Sea territory claimed by Beijing, a show of force that adds to regional uncertainty sparked by the Philippines' sudden tilt away from the United States.

-(Eastasiaforum 6/10) Power play in the South China Sea: The great powers need to consider how to better shoulder their responsibilities before competing for primacy in the world.

-(Bloomberg 4/10) U.S. Warships Make First Visit to Vietnam Base in Decades: Two American warships stopped in Vietnam’s Cam Ranh Bay this week for the first time since the two nations normalized relations 21 years ago, the U.S. Navy said on Tuesday.

-(Bloombetg 3/10) Singapore Worried Most About Fishermen and Coast Guards in South China Sea: The risk of a clash in the South China Sea lies with non-military ships, Singapore’s defense minister said, as China deploys more heavily armed coast guard vessels in the disputed waters.

-(Lawfareblog 3/10) Tracking China’s Compliance with the South China Sea Arbitral Award: Overall, China is neither clearly in compliance nor clearly in violation with most of the tribunal’s award.


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