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U.S. flies most advanced surveillance plane from Philippines

MANILA (Reuters) – The United States has begun flying its most advanced surveillance aircraft, the P-8A Poseidon, out of the Philippines for patrols over the South China Sea, the U.S. 335 more words

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Will China Accept International Law In The South China Sea?

By Donald R. Rothwell

The ongoing disputes between the Philippines and China in the South China Sea are about to reach a critical point. In January 2013 the Philippines activated procedures under Article 287 and Annex VII of the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) over a dispute about the validity of China’s ‘nine-dash line’ in the South China Sea. 815 more words

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Today's Tidbit 3.12.2014

To protect its interests in landfilling in the South China Sea, China issued an official warning to the U.S. to “stay out” of this region, according to the People’s Daily Paper. 118 more words

News

Vietnam Fearlessly Takes Steps Towards An Anti-Tianxia Coalition

Let’s talk about Vietnam again, because it pertains directly to our study of the Tianxia perspective. For a primer on that, see here, here… 264 more words

Politics

South China Sea And US-India-Japan Trilateral Revitalisation

The re-vitalisation of the US-India-Japan Trilateral is a contextual response lately to China’s conflict-escalation in the South China Sea primarily followed by military brinkmanship against Japan in the East China Sea region. 116 more words

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China Warns US To Stay Out Of South China Sea Dispute

Source:  zerohedge

Since the US is apparently unable to take a hint to stay out of China’s back year, it was is up to China to explain again, just where it stands. 295 more words

World At WAR

UP PROF: “CHINA CHALLENGING UNCLOS”

REF. Atty Romel Bagares 09166679802

China’s snub of the Philippine arbitral claim on the West Philippine Sea and its slew of building projects on disputed reefs in the area are “a serious and belligerent violation of” the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), of which it is a member, according to an outspoken Filipino legal academic at an international law conference in Tokyo. 835 more words