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Weekly News 18 - 25 April

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- (United Nations) Submission to the CLCS of Philippine on China's "9-dash line" ---->>> China's Response to Philippines' Note; Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China (Taiwan) reiterates its position on the South China Sea

- (Radio Australia News 21/4) Vietnam, China on path to settle South China Sea dispute

- (Taipei Times 22/4) Taiwan calls for mechanism to discuss disputed areas

- (IDSA 21/4) China's Aircraft Carrier: Some Observations

- (Manila Standard 20/4) Coast Guard tapped for Spratlys duties - PRESIDENT Benigno Aquino III

- (New Straits Times 19/4) Talks to resolve claims over Spratlys - A meeting between Malaysia's Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and China's Vice-Premier Li Keqiang

- (ABS-CBN 19/4) China accuses PH of ‘invasion’; (Manila Times 19/4) Defending the Philippines’ rights to the Reed Bank - The solution is for the Philippines to assert that the Reed Bank is not part of the Spratlys’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ) or continental shelf; China’s ‘Two No’s Policy’ on South China Sea disputes - "no multilateral negotiations and no “internationalization”; How we should deal with China’s U-Line - we must work to become everybody’s friend. And count on collective strength, within Asean to boost our ability to defend ourselves.

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Weekly News 11 - 18 April

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- (Foreign Policy 15/4) Riding a tiger: China's resurging foreign policy aggression

- (Sun Star 17/4) Enrile calls for stronger military anew - Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile; (Phil Star 17/4) Phl shares China's call to resolve Spratly dispute peacefully; (Inquirer 16/4) China: Let us not quarrel over Spratlys - Chinese President Hu Jintao called Friday for Asian nations to better cooperate in security matters to avoid disagreements in a region increasingly beset by rival territorial claims—often involving China.

- (American Interest May - June 2011) Networked Asia - Competition need not lead to conflict. Washington’s greatest advantage is a set of highly capable allies. Now is the time to help them become greater than the sum of their parts.

- (Xinhua 14/4) China cannot accept Philippines' claiming sovereignty over some S China Sea islands: FM spokesman

- (Heritage Foundation 14/4) U.N. Doesn’t Give America Its “Seat at the Table” in Maritime Disputes

- (AFP 15/4) Philippines to boost Spratly patrols - The Philippine military said Friday it planned to use a new US-made vessel to boost patrols in disputed South China Sea waters, amid a flare-up in tensions with China over rival claims.; (Inquirer 15/4) PH runs to UN to protest China’s ‘9-dash line’ Spratlys claimThe protest was rather late and came a week after three Filipinos were executed in China for drug trafficking;  (United Nations) Submission to the CLCS of Philippine on China's "9-dash line";  (GMA News 13/4) PHL protests China's '9-dash line' claim over Spratlys

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Weekly News 4 -11 April

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- (Jakarta Post 10/4) RI detaines two Malaysian fishing boats; Malaysia protests RI arrest of two fishing boats

- (RSIS 8/4) India, US in East Asia: Emerging Strategic Partnership  - India and the United States are gradually emerging as strategic partners in Asia. What are the prospects of this strategic partnership for the region? 

-(New York Times 8/4) Shake-Up Could Affect Tone of U.S. Policy on China

- (Jamestown Foundation 8/4) China’s Maritime Strategy Is More Than Naval Strategy - A string of recent events bears out their assessment, suggesting both that Chinese leaders have not abandoned their ambitions in these waters and that these ambitions are apt to encounter pushback from fellow Asian sea powers.

- (Eurasia Review 8/4) China: Latest Defence White Paper: What Is New? – Analysis - For countries having territorial disputes with China, the White Paper shows that the PRC is approaching its territorial problems with other nations in the region in terms of both defence and diplomacy.

- (Chosunilbo 9/4) What China's 1st Aircraft Carrier Means for the Region

- (CNN 8/4) With eye on South China Sea, U.S. might place troops in Australia

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Weekly News 28 March - 4 April

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- (People's Daily 1/4) Fishing ban to ease problems in Pearl River - The ban covers waters in six provinces and regions, including Jiangxi, Hunan and Guangdong provinces, as well as the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region.

- (Wall Street Journal 1/4) Singed by the Dragon - Appeasing a rising hegemon carries a risk that one's national interest will disappear down its maw. This is a lesson the Philippines is only now beginning to learn.

- (AFP 31/3) ExxonMobil to drill off Vietnam: official media - US oil giant ExxonMobil will begin exploratory drilling off central Vietnam in late April, official media reported Thursday, potentially angering China, which has objected to similar plans in the past.

-(U.S. Department of State-Press Release 31/3) Asia Overview: Protecting American Interests in China and Asia - Kurt M. Campbell; (U.S. News 31/3) Washington Is Preparing for a Long War With China

- (Straits Times/Viet-studies 31/3) Philippines stirs waters off Spratlys - Upgrading works and gas exploration ignite latest territorial spat

- (Financial Times 31/3) China warns of military competition in Asia - “Suspicion about China, interference and countering moves against China from the outside are on the increase,” Beijing said in a key military policy document released on Thursday; (New York Times 30/3) China Hedges Over Whether South China Sea is a ‘Core Interest’ Worth War

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Weely News 21 – 28 March

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- (Inquirer 25/3) Vietnam poachers nabbed in Palawan - A Philippine law enforcement team onboard two slow outrigger boats caught six Vietnam nationals poaching inside Palawan waters using a speedboat fitted with three 60 horsepower engines.

- (Breitbart 24/3) Manila set to pursue oil development in S. China Sea, China piqued+

- (Sify News 24/3) Indian, Singaporean navies hold war game in China's backyard - the exercise aimed at enhancing the interoperability and mutual understanding between the two navies, an Indian Navy press release said here Thursday.

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Weekly News 14 - 21 March

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- Carlyle A. Thayer, Vietnamese Strategies to Constrain China in the South China Sea - Paper to International Studies Association 52nd Annual Convention, Montréal, Québec, Canada, March 16-19,2011

(Eurasia Review 19/3) Defence Spending: China And India – Analysis - The thrust of China’s military spending over the years focuses on three critical areas

- (Gulf News 19/3) China responds to harassment charge - Del Rosario said that China, in recognition of both countries' desire to constructively settle the issue, have agreed "to keep channels of communication open on this matter.

- (Phil Star 19/3) AFP lagging in developing fortifications in SpratlysA report of Philippines Armed Force

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Weekly News 7 - 14 March

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- (The Atlantic 11/3) In Japanese Quake Disaster, a Chinese Opportunity - Could Beijing's navy, long contained by a U.S.-led coalition, use humanitarian intervention to expand its regional influence?

- (ISEAS 10/3) Key obstacles to China becoming a global leaser

- (Economist 10/3) Carps among the Spratlys - The risk that almost comical regional competition in the South China Sea turns serious

- (AP 10/3) Vietnam accuses China, Taiwan of inciting tensions over disputed South China Sea islands

- (Jamestown Foundation 10/3) China Brief Volume: 11 Issue:4: An Analysis of China’s 2011 Defense Budget and Total Military Spending — The Great Unknown; Is Russia Helping Taiwan Build Submarines? ; Implications of China’s Military Evacuation of Citizens from Libya

- (Asia Times 10/3) Unstringing China's strategic pearls - There is still scant concrete evidence that China is currently or in the near future planning to build and maintain military bases along its Sea Lines of Communication (SLOC), which stretch from the South China Sea to the Indian Ocean.

- (VNN 7/3) Vietnam has uncontroversial sovereignty of Hoang Sa Archipelago

- (Wall Street Journal 9/3) New Minister's Priority: China - Japan's new Foreign Minister Takeaki Matsumoto

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Weekly News 28 February - 7 March

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- (Sun Star 6/3) Philippines, China reminded of agreed conduct over Spratlys after Chinese patrol boats allegedly harassed a Philippine oil exploration ship near the disputed Spratly islands.

- (Asahia Shimbun 6/3) ANALYSIS: China's hike in defense spending aimed at bolstering its naval might - Will the increase in China's defense spending apply pressure to its neighbors?;(BBC 4/3) China's military build-up causes 'concern' in Asia

- (Wall Street Journal 3/3) South China Sea Tensions Rise

- (The National Interest 3/3) China’s Increasing Assertiveness and Its Implications - A number of Beijing’s actions over the past year suggest that China will not be content to be a purely commercial power, as so many American policymakers and pundits have hoped.

- (American Enterprise Institute 2/3) Asian Tide - The oceangoing phase of long-range Chinese strategy - This picture of Chinese strategy is so shockingly at variance with contemporary thinking about maritime strategy that the temptation to dismiss it will be strong.

- (Wall Street Journal 2/3) Russia Fears China, Not Japan - For that reason, Tokyo and Moscow need to guard against a new crisis in their relations and should instead consider jointly how to deal with the Chinese security challenge they both face.

- (AP 2/3) Clinton says US in direct competition with China

- (Wall Street Journal 2/3) The Decline of U.S. Naval Power - Sixty ships were commonly underway in America's seaward approaches in 1998, but today there are only 20. We are abdicating our role on the oceans.

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Weekly News 21 - 28 February

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- (Sify News 25/2) Not enough room for China in Indian Ocean: Maldives - 'We are not receptive to any installation, military or otherwise in the Indian Ocean, specially from un-traditional friends. The Indian Ocean is the Indian Ocean,' the Maldives president replied when asked about China's increasing foray in the region.

- (The Wall Street Journal 25/2) Libyan Turmoil Prompts Chinese Naval Firsts

- (Eurasia 24/2) Beijing And Washington: Things That Go Bang

- (The Diplomat 23/2) Jakarta Eyes South China Sea

- (UPI 22/2) Coral reefs said vital to biodiversity

- (ISEAS) The Conference on "ASEAN and the South China Sea dispute" organized by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore on 18 February 2011

- (Foreign Policy 21/2) Who can solve the South China Sea? - A key question that emerges is whether international law and multilateral organizations will play any meaningful role in the resolution of competing claims; (The Economist 21/2) A sea of disputes - TWO truths about the disputes in the South China Sea are well-recognised: they are extremely complex, and much misunderstood.

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Weekly News 14 - 21/2 February

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- (The Stars 20/2) Somali pirates can reach our waters - International Maritime Bureau (IMB) piracy reporting centre head of Asian region Noel Choong said

- (Asahi Shimbun 18/2) Yudhoyono to urge China to join talks to resolve its disputes over islands in the South China Sea with Southeast Asian countries.

- (The Diplomat 16/2) Avoiding US-China Military Rivalry - A new Cold War between the US and China isn’t inevitable. But better inter-military communication will be needed to stop one.

- (RiaNovosti 16/2) A Changed but still Expected Military Strategy Report - Brief Comment on the National Military Strategy of the U.S. 2011

- (Islands Business) COVER REPORT: Wikileaks reveal China’s plan for the islands - Pour US$375m as soft loans “whether or not they have diplomatic relations with China”, Assistant Foreign Affairs Minister of the People’s Republic of China,(PRC) He Yafei said in 2006

- (Asia News 19/2) RUSSIA - CHINA - JAPAN:Kurils Islands: growing tension between Moscow and Tokyo; (World Socialist 17/2) Japan and Russia in diplomatic row over disputed Kuril Islands - A visit to Moscow by Japanese Foreign Minister Seiji Maehara last week to discuss four disputed islands in the Kuril chain failed to produce any agreement. Instead, the two sides engaged in a diplomatic exchange of fire, each insisting on its own sovereignty; (Japan Times 16/2) Russia, China firms agree to farm sea cucumbers off disputed isle beetween Russia and Japan

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