As US, Australia Hang Tough on China, Singapore Seeks Stability

Sandra Loyd

Singapore’s leader on Tuesday appealed for stability in the significantly tense relationship in between the United States and China relations, revealing issue that either the 2 world powers might clash, or that the U.S. might turn its back on the area. On the other hand, the leading diplomats and defense authorities of allies U.S. and […]

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Malaysia Urges Nations to Stand Down from ‘Military Posturing’

Sandra Loyd

Malaysia on Wednesday required countries to refrain from “military posturing” amidst stress in the South China Sea, 2 days after Washington revealed a harder position on Beijing’s territorial claims in the objected to waterway. Malaysian Foreign Minister Hishammuddin Hussein required cooperation amongst Southeast Asian nations in fixing stress in the maritime area as he made […]

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China’s Coast Guard Shows Up at Vanguard Bank Again

Sandra Loyd

Less than a week after China sent out a study vessel into Vietnamese waters, vessel-tracking software application shows that the China Coast Guard has actually appeared at Vanguard Bank, an understood South China Sea flashpoint in between Vietnam and China. The coastguard ship came within 30 nautical miles of a Vietnamese oil well, and its […]

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US Again Patrols Near Chinese Survey Ship In South China Sea

Sandra Loyd

An American Navy combat ship today carried out “routine operations” near a Chinese geological survey ship in the South China Sea, U.S. authorities stated, after the Chinese vessel in June went into a location where Vietnam has actually revealed interest in checking out for oil. The maneuvers in waters around the Spratly Islands echoed occasions […]

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China Resumes Dredging at Woody Island in the Paracels

Sandra Loyd

China is dredging in a bay at Woody Island, its greatest settlement in the South China Sea, most likely to broaden the synthetic island’s northwest corner, satellite images shows. This advancement in the contested Paracel island chain, in the northern part of the South China Sea, comes amidst installing issue in Southeast Asia over China’s […]

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Japan and ASEAN Weigh China Threat in Disputed Seas

Sandra Loyd

Japan and the members of the Southeast Asian bloc voiced issues Thursday over increasing stress in the South and East China Seas, as China’s assertiveness grows and ASEAN thinks about when to resume settlements with Beijing on a standard procedure. Leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Countries, or ASEAN, will hold a virtual top […]

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‘No Reason to Negotiate’ With Beijing on South China Sea

Sandra Loyd

The Indonesian foreign minister stated Thursday there was “no reason to negotiate” as she declared Jakarta’s position that it has no overlapping claims with Beijing in the South China Sea, days after Indonesia sent out the U.N. chief another letter on the subject. The diplomatic letter to United Nations Secretary- General António Guterres, dated June […]

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In Letter to UN Chief, Indonesia Takes Stand on South China Sea

Sandra Loyd

Indonesia added its weight to current diplomatic relocations by ASEAN members opposing Beijing’s claims in the South China Sea, sending out an unusual diplomatic note to the head of the United Nations previously today. The letter, sent out to U.N. Secretary- General António Guterres on Tuesday, defined the Indonesian federal government’s assistance for a 2016 […]

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US Urges Southeast Asian Nations to Close Wildlife Wet Markets

Sandra Loyd

The United States appealed to Southeast Asian countries Thursday to closed down all wet markets unlawfully offering wildlife, stating such trading locations had actually been connected to animal illness communicable to people, as Washington revealed it had actually launched $353 million in local help to battle the coronavirus break out. U.S. Secretary of State Mike […]

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