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Weekly News 26/12 - 1/1

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-(NZherald 27/12) China is mobilising hundreds of missiles to disputed islands, US officials claim: The missles shipping to its non-contested Hainan Island in the SCS, will be moved to the country's disputed man-made islands over coming months.

-(Reuters 26/12) Chinese carrier enters South China Sea amid renewed tension: Global Times said the exercise showed how the carrier was improving its combat capabilities and that it should now sail even further afield.( Forbes 26/12) Beijing Sends A Strong Message To America And Taiwan

-(Voanews 26/12) Civilians Helping Governments Stake Claims in South China Sea

 -(Washingtonpost 26/12) Trump Hotels has had its eye on China — but the door hasn’t opened: Calling China an “enemy” of the US, a threat and an international pariah whose modus operandi is to lie, cheat and steal but for at least eight years his hotel chain has been trying to do business here.

-(Nikkei 25/12) China flexes bulked-up military muscles in Pacific: Beijing seen aiming to make Trump sit up and take notice

-(Ibtimes 25/12) Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning, missile destroyers in East China Sea: This is believed to be the first time for a Chinese aircraft carrier to sail to the Pacific.

-(Japantimes 25/12) Abe prepares to reciprocate for Obama’s Hiroshima visit: Obama and Abe will be sending 116013714.jpga “strong message about the robustness of the U.S.-Japan alliance.”

-(Foxnews 24/12) US intel: China to put missiles on S China Sea man-made islands to guard airstrips: Beijing’s expressed desire to protect its three airstrips on three of the man-made islands.


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