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14th June 2024 Headlines About China’s Illegal Acting including Court allows cops to examine devices of Chinese ‘spy’!

Headlines About China’s Aggression Illegal Acting The South China Sea!

Boiling the Frog: China’s Incrementalist Maritime Expansion

For over three decades, Beijing has deployed an initially slow but now accelerating campaign to degrade Philippine maritime rights and access in the West…

China’s Hidden Military Spending

Off the coast of the Paracels, a disputed island chain in the South China Sea claimed by both Vietnam and China, Chinese vessels often enforce Beijing’s…

Africa’s delicate diplomacy in the South China Sea dispute

The ongoing skirmishes in the South China Sea between China and regional states represent another severe threat to the world economy, directly affecting…

ASEAN chief: Bloc won’t pick sides in US-China rivalry

Meanwhile, a binding code of conduct on the South China Sea is at least another 2 years away.

Defending Our Territory: The West Philippine Sea

The Philippines and China continue to be embroiled in a territorial dispute amid Beijing’s massive claim in the South China Sea.

‘Weakness is provocative,’ Pottinger tells Taiwan

Taipei, June 13 (CNA) One conclusion that can be drawn from recent history is that “weakness is provocative” when facing an aggressor, former United States…

Foreign interference and security concerns weigh on China – New Zealand relationship

Chinese Premier Li Qiang is in New Zealand for three days, and will then travel to Australia and Malaysia. He is the second most powerful official in…

Court allows cops to examine devices of Chinese ‘spy’

In June 2010, the U.S. Navy demonstrated a show of force to China by surfacing three Ohio-class guided missile submarines (SSGNs) in the Western Pacific and…

Philippines increases South China Sea patrols as Beijing set to roll out new trespass laws

Manila has previously described new regulations, which allow Chinese coast guard to detain foreigners, as ‘an escalation of the situation’


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