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Why China Isn't Interested in a South China Sea Code of Conduct
February 26, 2014
Why China Isn't Interested in a South China Sea Code of Conduct
A South China Sea code of conduct would threaten Beijing's interests - so don't expect much progress in negotiations.
Why China Isn't Interested in a South China Sea Code of Conduct
China’s Academic Battle for the South China Sea
February 25, 2014
China’s Academic Battle for the South China Sea
Beijing supports increased research on South China Sea issues as part of a soft power push for control.
China’s Academic Battle for the South China Sea
In Beijing, Kerry Focuses on North Korea, Climate Change
February 15, 2014
In Beijing, Kerry Focuses on North Korea, Climate Change
Kerry's trip was intended to highlight potential areas for U.S.-China cooperation.
In Beijing, Kerry Focuses on North Korea, Climate Change
US Admiral: ‘We Would Help’ Philippines Against China
February 14, 2014
US Admiral: ‘We Would Help’ Philippines Against China
A U.S. admiral's security assurance to the Philippines was not as firm as recent commitments to Japan and South Korea.
US Admiral: ‘We Would Help’ Philippines Against China
International Ocean Drilling Expedition Heads For South China Sea
January 30, 2014
International Ocean Drilling Expedition Heads For South China Sea
An international scientific ocean drilling expedition could raise the stakes in the South China Sea disputes.
International Ocean Drilling Expedition Heads For South China Sea
China To Build World's Largest Marine Surveillance Ship
January 24, 2014
China To Build World's Largest Marine Surveillance Ship
China plans to build a 10,000 ton marine surveillance vessel, passing Japan's Shikishima for the title of world's largest
China To Build World's Largest Marine Surveillance Ship
US, China Talk Korean Denuclearization, Maritime Disputes
January 24, 2014
US, China Talk Korean Denuclearization, Maritime Disputes
Deputy Secretary of State William Burns was in Beijing this week to discuss Asia-Pacific security issues.
US, China Talk Korean Denuclearization, Maritime Disputes
US Congress Takes Hard-Line Stance on China's Maritime Disputes
January 16, 2014
US Congress Takes Hard-Line Stance on China's Maritime Disputes
At a US congressional hearing, members denounced China's actions in disputed maritime regions.
US Congress Takes Hard-Line Stance on China's Maritime Disputes
History the Weak Link in Beijing’s Maritime Claims
August 30, 2013
History the Weak Link in Beijing’s Maritime Claims
China says historical title supports its maritime claims. But did it really have sovereignty?
History the Weak Link in Beijing’s Maritime Claims
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