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US B-1B Bombers Fly Over South China Sea, Drawing Chinese Protest
July 10, 2017

US B-1B Bombers Fly Over South China Sea, Drawing Chinese Protest

By Ankit Panda
China accused the United States of flaunting its military force over the South China Sea following the flights.
China Reacts Angrily to Latest US South China Sea Freedom of Navigation Operation
July 04, 2017

China Reacts Angrily to Latest US South China Sea Freedom of Navigation Operation

By Ankit Panda
China says the latest U.S. freedom of navigation operation "infringed upon" its sovereignty.

US Navy Destroyer Conducts Freedom of Navigation Operation Near China-Held Island
July 03, 2017

US Navy Destroyer Conducts Freedom of Navigation Operation Near China-Held Island

By Ankit Panda
Just 39 days after a first operation, the Trump administration authorizes a second FONOP in the South China Sea.

Making the US Navy's South China Sea Presence Count
June 19, 2017

Making the US Navy's South China Sea Presence Count

By Ankit Panda
FONOPs may generate a bit too much buzz for their own good.

Is the Focus on FONOPs Muddying Strategic Discourse on the South China Sea?
June 17, 2017

Is the Focus on FONOPs Muddying Strategic Discourse on the South China Sea?

By Robert Farley
It is proving extremely difficult for Washington to convince Beijing of its seriousness in the South China Sea.
Is China Winning in the South China Sea?
May 13, 2017

Is China Winning in the South China Sea?

By Sukmawani Bela Pertiwi
After the Philippines, the United States has also softened its approach to China while the rest remains silent.

US Freedom of Navigation Challenges in South China Sea on Hold
May 08, 2017

US Freedom of Navigation Challenges in South China Sea on Hold

By Steven Stashwick
Apparent deference to other issues echoes Obama principles in region.
US Bomber Receives Chinese Warning Over East China Sea Skies
March 27, 2017

US Bomber Receives Chinese Warning Over East China Sea Skies

By Ankit Panda
A U.S. B-1B Lancer was warned after entering China's air defense identification zone (ADIZ) over the East China Sea.

For the United States, Freedom of Navigation in Asia Concerns More Than Just China
March 07, 2017

For the United States, Freedom of Navigation in Asia Concerns More Than Just China

By Ankit Panda
The United States' freedom of navigation program focuses on more than just China.

US Carrier Group Enters South China Sea Amid Calls for More Freedom of Navigation Operations
February 21, 2017

US Carrier Group Enters South China Sea Amid Calls for More Freedom of Navigation Operations

By Steven Stashwick
A carrier strike group is conducting routine patrols, but is not set up for FONOPS, despite speculation.

US Carrier Strike Group Arrives in the South China Sea
February 21, 2017

US Carrier Strike Group Arrives in the South China Sea

By Ankit Panda
The U.S. Navy now has two supercarriers deployed to the Asia-Pacific region.
Expect a Heavier US Presence in the South China Sea, But What Can It Achieve?
February 15, 2017

Expect a Heavier US Presence in the South China Sea, But What Can It Achieve?

By Steven Stashwick
Administration objectives are still unclear, but maintaining the regional status quo may be the most realistic.

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