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Charmless, Offensive: Beijing's Bogus South China Sea PR Campaign

By Bill Hayton

The National Interest, May 16, 2016

There’s a new Chinese charm offensive underway in Southeast Asia. Two years after their uncharming offensive to drill for oil in waters disputed with Vietnam, and with their massive proto-military artificial islands almost complete, Beijing’s officials are trying to spread love. 502 more words

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South China Sea: How We Got to This Stage

By Fu Ying, Wu Shicun

May 15, 2016

>> Read a rejoinder by Bill Hayton on this article at https://seasresearch.wordpress.com/2016/05/18/charmless-offensive-beijings-bogus-south-china-sea-pr-campaign/

The South China Sea issue has become one of the major irritants in the China-US relations in recent years, over which the public opinion in the two countries are very critical of each other. 9,928 more words

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South China Sea Dispute: How Russia Could Help China Win in The Hague

© Sputnik/ Ramil Sitdikov
Sputnik | May 4, 2016

The Kremlin could one day regret any US detachment from the South China Sea, American geopolitical analyst Tim Daiss insists.

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South China Sea: China nearly finishes illegal ocean base near Vietnam

By Trung Hieu, Thanh Nien News

KHANH HOA —  Vietnam wants East Sea disputes to be settled by ‘all countries concerned’

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Stop complicating East Sea situation, Vietnam tells China… 273 more words

MUST WATCH: China is Robbing "Soil" From the Philippines for Artificial Island Construction in Spratlys Region!

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One of the difficult issues that the Aquino administration has been facing is the territorial dispute against China. It even reached the UNCLOS (United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea). 8 more words

China could build nuclear platforms for Spratlys


China is getting closer to building maritime nuclear power platforms that could one day be used to support Chinese projects in the disputed South China Sea, a widely read state-run newspaper said yesterday. 18 more words

Senior Chinese Military Officer Visited Strategic Island

A visit by a high-ranking Chinese officer to the artificial islands underlines their strategic importance

Chinese vice chairman of the Central Military Commission, Fan Changlong, attends the opening ceremony of the National People’s Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on March 5. 792 more words