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Philippines Summons Chinese Ambassador Over Water Cannon Incident

Philippines Summons Chinese Ambassador Over Water Cannon Incident

By Sebastian Strangio
This is the second time this year that Huang has been summoned following stand-offs in the vicinity of Second Thomas Shoal.
In State of Union Speech, Marcos Pledges to Defend Philippine Territory

In State of Union Speech, Marcos Pledges to Defend Philippine Territory

By Sebastian Strangio
The Philippine leader did not mention China by name, but his comments were a clear reference to the growing frictions in the South China Sea.

Chinese Naval Vessel Begins ‘Goodwill’ Visit to Philippines

Chinese Naval Vessel Begins ‘Goodwill’ Visit to Philippines

By Sebastian Strangio
The three-day visit, the first by the Chinese navy since 2019, comes at a difficult time in relations between Beijing and Manila.

Philippines’ President Marcos Bound for Washington Next Week

Philippines’ President Marcos Bound for Washington Next Week

By Sebastian Strangio
The meeting punctuates a period of swift advancement in the security alliance between the Philippines and the United States.

Why the Philippines Is Exposing China’s Aggressive Actions in the South China Sea 

Why the Philippines Is Exposing China’s Aggressive Actions in the South China Sea 

By Jay Tristan Tarriela
The Philippine Coast Guard has a new responsibility: providing public evidence of China’s unlawful maritime activities. What’s behind the shift?
The Philippines’ Quest for Balance: Marcos’ Foreign Policy

The Philippines’ Quest for Balance: Marcos’ Foreign Policy

By Renato Cruz De Castro
President Marcos came to office promising to pursue a centrist position between the U.S. and China. Both internal and external factors complicate his plans.

China, Philippines Open Bilateral ‘Consultative’ Talks in Manila

China, Philippines Open Bilateral ‘Consultative’ Talks in Manila

By Sebastian Strangio
Chinese officials took the opportunity to voice their opposition to a recent expansion of the U.S. military presence in the Philippine archipelago.
China Warns Philippines Over US Access to Military Bases

China Warns Philippines Over US Access to Military Bases

By Sebastian Strangio
The Chinese embassy in Manila said that the expansion of EDCA "will seriously harm Philippine national interests and endanger regional peace and stability."

Philippines’ Marcos Seeks Foreign Minister Talks With China on Maritime Disputes

Philippines’ Marcos Seeks Foreign Minister Talks With China on Maritime Disputes

By Jim Gomez
The Philippine president said Manila will continue to push back against China, despite his proposal for higher-level talks to rapidly address future conflicts at sea.

Philippines’ Marcos Jr. Heads to China Amid Sea Disputes

Philippines’ Marcos Jr. Heads to China Amid Sea Disputes

By Associated Press
Alluding to the two countries' territorial dispute in the South China Sea, Marcos said he looks forward to discussing bilateral and regional political and security issues.

Philippines Confirms New Envoy to China

Philippines Confirms New Envoy to China

By Mong Palatino
The retired foreign correspondent, who has lived in China since 1971, has vowed to build trust with Beijing, while standing up for Philippine interests.
Philippines Seeks Explanation From China Over Seizure of Rocket Debris

Philippines Seeks Explanation From China Over Seizure of Rocket Debris

By Sebastian Strangio
The incident close to the Philippine-occupied Thitu Island was just the latest between the two nations in the disputed South China Sea.

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