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1st July 2024 Headlines About China’s Illegal Acting including China’s axe-wielding Coast Guard Tests Limits in South China Sea!

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

China deploys aircraft carrier off Philippine coast amid tensions over South China Sea

Beijing: China has deployed its second aircraft carrier ‘Shandong’ which was spotted patrolling waters off the Philippine coast as Manila stepped up efforts…

Philippines ready to discuss with Vietnam South China Sea issues

The Philippines has welcomed Vietnam’s recognition of Manila’s U.N. filing to secure its rights on an extended continental shelf in the South China Sea,…

Tense Waters: Navigating The Challenges Of The South China Sea Disputes

The South China Sea (SCS) Code of Conduct (CoC) is on the brink of completion, promising to address long-standing territorial disputes in this vital…

Chinese scholars urged to ‘construct narratives’ to defend South China Sea claim

Chinese academics have called for more studies of the country’s claims to the disputed South China Sea. Watch to know more.

Commentary: The world came dangerously close to full-scale conflict in the South China Sea

That the Jun 17 incident between Chinese and Philippine vessels did not escalate into outright armed conflict is down to some restraint and a whole lot of…

China’s axe-wielding coast guard tests limits in South China Sea

The latest South China Sea clash saw China’s coast guard wielding axes and a Philippine sailor lose his thumb in an escalation that underscored Beijing’s…

China Is Afraid Of International Law—And Planning A Counter-Offensive

As weapons have been drawn in the South China Sea, a battle of legal narratives is brewing—and academics are on the front lines. An article in today’s South…

Defiant Filipino fishermen avert South China Sea detention threat – for now

Chinese patrols have ‘gotten stricter’ since Beijing passed its anti-trespassing law, the fishermen say.

New China rules allow detention of foreigners in South China Sea

New Chinese coast guard rules took effect Saturday, under which it can detain foreigners for trespassing in the disputed South China Sea, where neighbours…

How China is using its academics to defend claim on South Sea

China News: Chinese academics are ramping up efforts to defend the country’s claims in the disputed South China Sea.

Border dispute resolution, not direct flights, will improve India-China ties

June marked the fourth anniversary of the Galwan clashes. The violent skirmishes between the two nations have changed the course of India-China relations.

Philippines committed to dialogue, diplomacy despite China aggression

Despite hostilities by China toward Philippine forces in the West Philippine Sea (WPS), the Philippines will remain committed to promote peace and dialogue…

Imperialism in the Indo-Pacific—An Introduction

Indo-Pacific is a term with a long history within the imperialist lexicon. It originated in the writings of Karl Haushofer, the leading German geopolitical…

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