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In 2017, US Freedom of Navigation Operations Targeted 10 Asian Countries — Not Just China
January 25, 2018

In 2017, US Freedom of Navigation Operations Targeted 10 Asian Countries — Not Just China

By Ankit Panda
U.S. freedom of navigation operations aren't just about China and the South China Sea.

Indonesia New North Natuna Sea: A Response to an Old China Problem
August 03, 2017

Indonesia New North Natuna Sea: A Response to an Old China Problem

By Luke Hunt
A recent name change is rooted in deeper disagreements between Jakarta and Beijing related to the South China Sea.
Are Chinese Navy Spy Ships Within Exclusive Economic Zones Soon to Be a Fact of Life?
July 24, 2017

Are Chinese Navy Spy Ships Within Exclusive Economic Zones Soon to Be a Fact of Life?

By Ankit Panda
China's double standard on military surveillance within exclusive economic zones becomes clearer.

China Mulls Maritime Law Revisions, Codifying Its South China Sea Practices
February 17, 2017

China Mulls Maritime Law Revisions, Codifying Its South China Sea Practices

By Ankit Panda
Freedom of navigation with Chinese characteristics may be incoming.

China Has Much to Gain From the South China Sea Ruling
July 18, 2016

China Has Much to Gain From the South China Sea Ruling

By Mark E. Rosen
The decision regarding Itu Aba allows China to challenge excessive EEZs claimed by Japan, the U.S., France, and others.

Philippines v. China: Decision to Be Released on July 12, 2016
June 30, 2016

Philippines v. China: Decision to Be Released on July 12, 2016

By Ankit Panda
The highly anticipated verdict will offer clarity on maritime entitlements in the Spratly Islands.

South China Sea: A Legal Analysis of China's Maritime Claims
June 16, 2016

South China Sea: A Legal Analysis of China's Maritime Claims

By Tuan N. Pham
How China seeks to shape maritime law to legitimize its claims.
Rescind China's Invitation to Join RIMPAC 2016 Before It's Too Late
April 20, 2016

Rescind China's Invitation to Join RIMPAC 2016 Before It's Too Late

By Shirley Kan
The Obama administration should rescind the conditional invitation for the PLAN to join RIMPAC 2016.

Philippines v. China: Court Rules Favorably on Jurisdiction, Case Will Proceed
October 30, 2015

Philippines v. China: Court Rules Favorably on Jurisdiction, Case Will Proceed

By Ankit Panda
China's nine-dash line will have its day in international court.

Road from Shangri-La: South China Sea Situation Report
June 05, 2015

Road from Shangri-La: South China Sea Situation Report

By Ankit Panda
The Diplomat's Ankit Panda and Franz-Stefan Gady discuss tensions in the South China Sea with Greg Austin.

3 Things China Can Do to Reduce South China Sea Tensions
May 23, 2015

3 Things China Can Do to Reduce South China Sea Tensions

By Dingding Chen
China needs to reassure the U.S., reassure other Asian states, and be more transparent with its ambitions.
China’s Lawful Position on the South China Sea
January 31, 2015

China’s Lawful Position on the South China Sea

By Greg Austin
China is not helping itself by refusing to define its understanding of the nine-dashed line.

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