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Which South China Sea Island Holds the Greatest Military Significance?
October 13, 2015

Which South China Sea Island Holds the Greatest Military Significance?

By Greg Austin
Hainan and China’s unfinished frontier wars.

Why China Will Base an Aircraft Carrier Near the South China Sea
August 05, 2015

Why China Will Base an Aircraft Carrier Near the South China Sea

By Shannon Tiezzi
The real reasons China is so interested in the South China Sea.
4 Reasons Why China Is No Threat to South China Sea Commerce
May 22, 2015

4 Reasons Why China Is No Threat to South China Sea Commerce

By Greg Austin
US diplomacy is not served by exaggerating or inventing military threats, such as threats to commercial shipping.

Chinese Air Force Pilots Are Not Going Rogue
August 27, 2014

Chinese Air Force Pilots Are Not Going Rogue

By Zachary Keck
The U.S. has a dangerous tendency of excusing Chinese aggression by blaming it on rogue PLA members.

Typhoon Rammasun Hits Philippines, China
July 19, 2014

Typhoon Rammasun Hits Philippines, China

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Category 4 typhoon left over 60 dead and thousands more homeless.

China's New Fishing Regulations: An Act of State Piracy?
January 13, 2014

China's New Fishing Regulations: An Act of State Piracy?

By Carl Thayer
Hainan provinces new rules about fishing complicate China's relationship with ASEAN.

Hainan's Rules: “Normal and Routine” or “Provocative and Dangerous”?
January 10, 2014

Hainan's Rules: “Normal and Routine” or “Provocative and Dangerous”?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, China's space program, private banks, and bleak prospects for political reform. Friday China links.
Hainan's New Fishing Rules: A Preliminary Analysis
January 10, 2014

Hainan's New Fishing Rules: A Preliminary Analysis

By Taylor Fravel
New fishing rules reflect a continued desire to affirm China's maritime sovereignty in a manner inconsistent with UNCLOS.

Hainan: Chinese Resort Dreams
April 16, 2013

Hainan: Chinese Resort Dreams

Hainan, in the South China Sea, is a resort center with international ambitions.

Hainan’s New Maritime Regulations: An Update
January 03, 2013

Hainan’s New Maritime Regulations: An Update

“China is unlikely to significantly increase efforts to interfere with freedom of navigation…”

Beijing's Goal: A New Normal
December 04, 2012

Beijing's Goal: A New Normal

By acting as though it exercises jurisdiction over disputed areas, China hopes to create a new status quo.

Hainan’s New Maritime Regulations: A Preliminary Analysis
December 01, 2012

Hainan’s New Maritime Regulations: A Preliminary Analysis

Reports that China could board foreign ships in disputed waters are at least premature.

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