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China’s Rig Departure Proves Nothing
July 16, 2014

China’s Rig Departure Proves Nothing

By Clint Richards
China has shown an ability to withstand regional pressure, and will likely return on its own terms.
Government Narratives in Maritime Disputes
July 10, 2014

Government Narratives in Maritime Disputes

By Mina Pollmann
Malaysia and Vietnam show the role politicians can play in ratcheting up or down tensions.

EU in Asia: Between a Pivot and a Look East
July 03, 2014

EU in Asia: Between a Pivot and a Look East

By S. Boisseau du Rocher & B. Hellendorff
The security architecture in Asia is changing rapidly, and the EU needs to respond.

China Lets Its Oil Rigs Do the Talking
June 29, 2014

China Lets Its Oil Rigs Do the Talking

By Luke Hunt
A meeting with ASEAN has made little progress on resolving maritime disputes in the South China Sea.

China Moves Second Oil Rig Into Vietnam's Exclusive Economic Zone
June 20, 2014

China Moves Second Oil Rig Into Vietnam's Exclusive Economic Zone

By Ankit Panda
China's Maritime Safety Administration (MSA) announced that a second oil rig will set up off Vietnam's coast.
Chinese Media: In Vietnam, Yang Calls 'Prodigal Son' to Return Home
June 20, 2014

Chinese Media: In Vietnam, Yang Calls 'Prodigal Son' to Return Home

By Shannon Tiezzi
Chinese media portrayed Yang Jiechi's trip to Vietnam as a diplomatic and moral victory for China.

Yang's Visit Underlines China-Vietnam Standoff
June 19, 2014

Yang's Visit Underlines China-Vietnam Standoff

By Shannon Tiezzi
State Councilor Yang Jiechi's trip to Hanoi provided little hope that China-Vietnam ties are close to a thaw.
Vietnam Steers Between China's Threat and Public's Anger
June 18, 2014

Vietnam Steers Between China's Threat and Public's Anger

By William G. Frasure
With few effective means to respond to provocations, Vietnam encourages a public spirit of patriotic defiance, to a point.

Amidst Tensions, Chinese State Councilor Heads to Vietnam
June 18, 2014

Amidst Tensions, Chinese State Councilor Heads to Vietnam

By Shannon Tiezzi
Yang Jiechi's visit to Hanoi will be the first high-level China-Vietnam exchange since the oil rig crisis began.

China’s Information Warfare Campaign and the South China Sea: Bring It On!
June 16, 2014

China’s Information Warfare Campaign and the South China Sea: Bring It On!

By Carl Thayer
As its dispute with Vietnam continues, China is trying to have it both ways at the United Nations.

China's Campaign Against Vietnam
June 12, 2014

China's Campaign Against Vietnam

By Shannon Tiezzi
China is becoming more active in refuting Vietnam's portrayal of the oil rig crisis.
China ‘Internationalizes’ South China Sea Dispute
June 10, 2014

China ‘Internationalizes’ South China Sea Dispute

By Zachary Keck
By raising the oil rig dispute with Vietnam at the UN, China risks setting a dangerous precedent for itself.

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