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Viet Nam and the South China Sea’s Roiled Waters

Author: Carlyle A Thayer

APPS Policy Forum, 30 January 2017

Shining a spotlight on Vietnam’s militarisation in the Spratlys

Vietnam’s military activities in the South China Sea, while not on the same scale as China’s, pre-date them considerably and are squarely aimed at maintaining a balance of power in the region, Carlyle A Thayer writes. 1,876 more words

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When Good Lawyers Write Bad History: Unreliable Evidence and the South China Sea Territorial Dispute

Author: Bill Hayton

Ocean Development & International Law, Volume 48, 2017 – Issue 1: 17-34

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Abstract

The recent award by an arbitral tribunal in a case brought by the Philippines against China gives lawyers reason to reexamine the historical evidence put forward by claimants in the South China Sea disputes. 674 more words

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China’s proliferation of South China Sea runways looks impressive, but air power has limits

By  Ben Blackledge
Hong Kong Free Press

It’s no secret what the mainland is doing in the South China Sea. No one is surprised when they hear of another dredging operation to reclaim an island, or when another runway pops up on satellite imagery where before there were only idyllic, turquoise waters. 1,181 more words

Implications of the July 2016 Arbitral Tribunal Ruling

Author: Nguyen Dang Thang

National Asian Security Studies Program Issue Brief, Issue 1, No. 5.2 (2016)

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Việt Nam Stresses Sovereignty over Hoàng Sa and Trường Sa

: October, 25/2016 – 10:23

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Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lê Hải Bình

HÀ NỘI – Việt Nam wants all countries to make constructive contributions to maintaining peace, stability and the rule of law at sea and on the ocean, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lê Hải Bình said yesterday. 150 more words

Jet ski to Spratlys

President Duterte has a “good feeling” that the Philippines will be “OK” with China as long as the Filipinos do not make the Chinese froth at the mouth by claiming Scarborough Shoal. 112 more words

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Mark Collins - South China Sea Update: Scarborough Shoal, China and Philippines

Further to this July post, China Loses South China Sea Arbitration–Calls Decision “political farce” a recent development: Prospect of Philippine Thaw Slows China’s Plans in South China Sea China’s … 12 more words

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