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Weekly News 26/6-2/7

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-(SCMP 28/6) South China Sea dispute expected to dominate Philippine foreign secretary’s first China visit as he tries to balance the competing interests of Beijing and Southeast Asian countries against the South China Sea disputes.

-(India Times 27/6) India, US call for freedom of navigation amid South China Sea disputes and resolving of territorial and maritime disputes peacefully in accordance with international law.

-(National Interest 27/6) Japan's Delicate Balancing Act in the SCS: Tokyo knows that any acceleration of its moves in the SCS will likely be reciprocated by Beijing’s tightening of the screws in the ECS.

-(Strait Times 27/6) Consider dedicated SCS commission to settle disputes: A 15-member commission with a mandate to facilitate mediation, conciliation and ultimately arbitration of the disputes would provide both an informal and formal third-party mechanism capable of dealing with the disputes

19to-quoc-gan-ben_2.jpg-(Forbes 26/6) South China Sea: Modi, not Duterte, is China's problem as the country can amass enough support to spoil Beijing’s’ South China Sea and Indian Ocean ambitions.

-(ABS-CBN News 25/6) PH, Vietnam navies play sports on South China Sea island, the latest get-together by two countries.

-(Sputnik News 24/6) China reiterates warning to India not to meddle in South China Sea, just a few days ahead of the Modi-Trump meeting in the US.

-(Reuters 23/6) Japanese warship takes Asian guests on cruise in defiance of China: Asian military guests on board to witness helicopters looping over the tropical waters and gunners blasting target buoys.


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