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China Doesn't Want a Better Deal

Donald J. Trump campaigned on a platform that he was going to make the greatest deals imaginable for the United States. According to this view, he rightly criticized the way that China has  380 more words

Articles

Australia's Staying Out of It: South China Sea Conflict Will See Both U.S. and China Lose

AUSTRALIA – Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull, along with Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and a sweeping number of Australian politicians have made it clear to Trump that Australia will not only stay out of any dispute between China and the U.S., but that… 469 more words

News

Vietnam police halt anti-China protest over islands

Police in Vietnam’s capital stopped an anti-China protest within minutes on Thursday at a ceremony to commemorate a clash between the two countries in the South China Sea more than four decades ago. 265 more words

REX TILLERSON, TRUMP'S SECRETARY OF STATE, SAYS WOULD BLOCK CHINA FROM SOUTH CHINA SEA

The article originally appeared on India Today.

Rex Tillerson, former Exxon Mobil CEO and US President Elect Donald Trump’s pick for his ‘Secretary of State’, has told the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee that China will not be allowed to build more islands in the South China Sea and at the same time, will not be allowed access to those islands it has already built. 648 more words

POLITICS

Japan Talks Tough on Senkaku Islands Dispute with China

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday said Tokyo would boost its Coast Guard budget and add more patrol craft, as a long-simmering dispute with China over islands in the East China Sea heats up. 399 more words

The Cable

Beijing Is Ready To Go Eyeball to Eyeball With Trump

Spring has come early to the South China Sea. Many analysts had assumed that China would do something to test the newly elected president once he was in office. 1,504 more words

Argument

PH-China relations more important than sea row ruling by international tribunal

If anybody is still wondering why President Rodrigo Duterte was included among the 74 most powerful people in the world, one has only to read this piece and see how his decision to “set aside” an international ruling which concluded that China has no legal basis to claim historic rights to the bulk of the South China Sea is impacting the world community. 360 more words

Government