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South China Sea - The way forward in the Philippines vs China case: Inquirer columnist

April 27, 2016/ Evan Garcia, Philippine Daily Inquirer/Asia News Network via straitstimes

In the coming months, the Arbitral Tribunal of the Permanent Court of Arbitration is expected to render its ruling on the Philippine case vs China, which was initiated in January 2013. 413 more words

Philippine Foreign Policy

China to build up atoll in contested South China Sea, source says

by Minnie Chan, April 25, 2016

China will start reclamation at the Scarborough Shoal in the South China Sea later this year and may add an airstrip to extend its air force’s reach over the contested waters, a military source and mainland maritime experts say. 237 more words

China Foreign Policy

Chinese military aircraft makes first public landing on island in South China Sea

By Reuters | 18 Apr, 2016

BEIJING: A Chinese military aircraft has for the first time publicly landed at a new airport on an island China has built in the disputed South China Sea, state media said on Monday, raising the prospect that China could base fighter jets there. 129 more words


Beijing-Moscow Denounce Washington’s South China Sea Resolve

by Tim Daiss/ May 2, 2016 / forbes.com

China and Russia have agreed on the need to limit U.S. 266 more words

International Relations

Will the South China Sea Dispute Impact the Philippine Election?

By Nguyen Phuong Linh/ April 30, 2016/ huffingtonpost.com

The South China Sea – or West Philippine Sea – dispute does not play as important of a role in the Philippine presidential election on May 9 as some analysts have suggested. 449 more words

Philippine Foreign Policy

South China Sea: Itu Aba Might Be Key to Philippines v. China

By John Ford / April 30, 2016 / The Diplomat

A decision is expected next month in the case of Philippines v. 350 more words

International Relations

China’s role in solving the South China Sea issue

By Zheng Yongnian / China.org.cn/ April 30, 2016

The South China Sea issue has become increasingly complicated and serious, typified by U.S. 332 more words