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17th June 2024 Headlines About China’s Illegal Acting including China a pariah: Rodriguez hails G7 stance vs aggression in the South China Sea!

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

Philippine, Chinese ships collide in South China Sea

China’s coast guard said that the Philippine vessel ignored warnings and approached the Chinese ship in the disputed Spratly Islands. China claims almost….

Disputed Claims In The South China Sea

Disputed claims in the. South China Sea. The Barron’s news department was not involved in the creation of the content above. This article was produced by…

Brahma Chellaney On Taiwan: Is US prepared for a Taiwan invasion?

Preserving its global dominance appears to have driven the West’s expanding involvement in the Ukraine conflict, with former British prime minister Boris…

NSA welcomes G7 stance vs maritime aggression

By supporting the Philippines against China’s harassment at sea and flouting of international law, the world’s seven richest and most influential countries…

China a pariah: Rodriguez hails G7 stance vs aggression in WPS

Cagayan de Oro Rep. Rufus Rodriguez welcomed the statement of the Group of 7 (G7) reaffirming its support for the Philippines amidst the continuing…

What Africa can learn from the South China Sea dispute

On April 23, another skirmish took place between China and the Philippines when two Filipino patrol boats approached the shallow turquoise waters of a…

G7 condemnation of China draws NSC backing

The National Security Council (NSC) of the Philippines praised the Group of Seven (G7) for its firm stance against Beijing’s “unilateral attempt to change…

EXPLAINER: What is the Scarborough Shoal and why is it important?

It has been eight years since an international tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands invalidated China’s nine-dash line claim over the South China Sea,…

Luxon’s NZ throws down diplomatic gauntlet to China

Chinese Premier Li Qiang passed through New Zealand before landing in Adelaide. Many Australians see the New Zealand stop as a minor component of Li’s…

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