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Sad times for conservation

By: Antonio M. Claparols / 19 September 2016 / Philippine Daily Inquirer

These are sad times for the conservation movement, with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) rejecting our proposal to study the possibility of setting up a marine peace park in the disputed South China Sea. 374 more words

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Welcome to conflict tourism: how Chinese state firms are using the South China Sea

by Xue Gong / 19 September, 2016 / South China Morning Post… 417 more words

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The Crucial South China Sea Ruling No One Is Talking About

By Lyle J. Morris/ September 09, 2016/ The Diplomat

Amid the significant media buzz and scrutiny over the  931 more words

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As South China Sea Dispute Reaches Boiling Point, China Offers Olive Branch

As the South China Sea dispute grows into what some could class as a cold war precursor between the States and China, the western media misrepresentations of the islands and UN ruling continue to add fuel to the burning embers. 1,096 more words


China Building on Scarborough Shoal? Don’t Hold Your Breath

By Shannon Tiezzi / September 09, 2016 / The Diplomat

For over six months now, speculation has been rampant that China is gearing up to begin land reclamation (or, … 493 more words

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Duterte Wants U.S. Special Forces Out of the Southern Philippines

The United States’ relationship with the Philippines has been on somewhat rocky footing since June, when Rodrigo Duterte became president.

On Monday, Duterte made the latest in a series of comments that have put the countries at odds on the world stage: He called for U.S. 563 more words


Duterte presses rule of law in South China Sea before Chinese premier

 By TRISHA MACAS/ September 7, 2016/ GMA News

President Rodrigo Duterte has stressed before Chinese premier Le Kequiang the importance of adhering to the rule of law in the South China Sea during the ASEAN-China Summit in  Laos, his spokespersons said on Wednesday. 277 more words

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