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US Destroyer Sails Past Chinese-held South China Sea Islands
July 13, 2022

US Destroyer Sails Past Chinese-held South China Sea Islands

By Associated Press
The guided-missile destroyer USS Benfold sailed past the Paracel Islands and continued thereafter with operations in the South China Sea.

Chinese FM Pledges Progress on South China Sea Code of Conduct
July 13, 2022

Chinese FM Pledges Progress on South China Sea Code of Conduct

By Sebastian Strangio
In Malaysia, the last stop on his five-nation tour of Southeast Asia, Wang Yi said that "no one can separate" China and the nations of Southeast Asia.
Philippine Foreign Secretary Hails South China Sea Ruling on 6th Anniversary
July 12, 2022

Philippine Foreign Secretary Hails South China Sea Ruling on 6th Anniversary

By Sebastian Strangio
Enrique Manalo described the 2016 award as the precondition of "stability, peace, and progress" in the disputed waterway.

Philippines Nixes Joint Maritime Resource Exploration Talks With China
June 24, 2022

Philippines Nixes Joint Maritime Resource Exploration Talks With China

By Sebastian Strangio
In 2018, Manila and Beijing began talks on the joint exploration of offshore oil and gas resources in disputed areas of the South China Sea.

Gregory Poling on the Deep History of US Involvement in the South China Sea
June 07, 2022

Gregory Poling on the Deep History of US Involvement in the South China Sea

By Sebastian Strangio
"The United States has had national interests at stake in the South China Sea for as long as the disputes have existed."

The Looming Environmental Catastrophe in the South China Sea
January 14, 2022

The Looming Environmental Catastrophe in the South China Sea

By Murray Hiebert
Heated maritime and territorial disputes conceal the severe damage being done beneath the waves.

Why Africa Should Be Concerned With Increasing Tensions in the East and South China Sea
November 20, 2021

Why Africa Should Be Concerned With Increasing Tensions in the East and South China Sea

By Tola Amusan
For African countries, tension and instability in East Asia might seem far away, but its potential to adversely affect African development ambitions is real.
China Coast Guard Uses Water Cannon Against Philippine Boats
November 18, 2021

China Coast Guard Uses Water Cannon Against Philippine Boats

By Jim Gomez
Two Philippine ships headed for Second Thomas Shoal with food supplies for the Filipino forces there were blasted with water by Chinese coast guard vessels.

Russia’s Disturbing Actions on Innocent Passage in the Black Sea
July 17, 2021

Russia’s Disturbing Actions on Innocent Passage in the Black Sea

By KOTANI Tetsuo
A dangerous incident has repercussions in Asian waters.

What Do Filipino Maoists Think of China Now?
July 07, 2021

What Do Filipino Maoists Think of China Now?

By Michael Beltran
There’s no love lost between Philippine communists and the Chinese Communist Party.

The Global South China Sea Issue
July 04, 2021

The Global South China Sea Issue

By SAKAMOTO Shigeki
China’s actions in the South China Sea are no longer just a regional issue.
Will the South China Sea Spark the Next Global Conflict?
June 01, 2021

Will the South China Sea Spark the Next Global Conflict?

By Richard Javad Heydarian
In Asia’s maritime heartland, all the ingredients of a global cataclysm are conspiring against the post-Cold War period of peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific.

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