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-(Nikkei 12/7) Beijing changes tack after South China Sea ruling: There are clear signs from both China's words and deeds that Beijing has quietly modified its overall legal position in the South China Sea.

-(Abs-cbn 12/7) PH should lead South China Sea row resolution: Del Rosario: A year after Manila scored the landmark victory in The Hague, there had been no "restraint in China's militarization and unlawful activities"

-(SCMP 12/7) South China Sea forecast a year after court ruling: Philippine president’s pivot to Beijing has changed game but tensions linger among seven claimants

-(Reuters 12/7) Drilling for oil in disputed sea may resume this year: Philippine official: ‘The government prepares to offer new blocks to investors in bidding in December.’

-(Pna 12/7) Envoy defends PH's two-track approach in South China Sea issue: ‘The basic approach now is don’t let the dispute be an obstacle to developing the non-contentious issues’

-(Abs-cbn 10/7) South China Sea ruling may become 'irrelevant' - maritime expert: Atty. Jay Batongbacal said that Philippines should raise the issue while it still can.

-(Sputnik news 10/7) Beijing Crushes World Record for Combustible Ice Pulled From South China Sea: China has extracted more than 300,000 cubic meters of combustible ice from the SCS in 60 days.

1(5).jpg-(East asia forum 10/7) Japan opens the way to cooperation on China’s Belt and Road Initiative: The China–Japan relationship is the most important relationship in Asia. It also has a troubled history.

-(Abs-cbn 10/7) US carrier group leads biggest yet drills with India and Japan: Malabar 2017 is the largest exercise since India and the United States launched in 1992.

-(The Diplomat 10/7) US B-1B Bombers Fly Over South China Sea, Drawing Chinese Protest: The latest B-1B Lancer flyover of the South China Sea echoes a similar operation in May.

-(National interest 9/7) Three PLAN Officers May Have Just Revealed What China Wants in the SCS: Chinese strategy in the SCS is expansionary in aim, incremental by design and realist in orientation.


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