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East Sea News from 06/02 to 12/02/2017

  • Cập nhật : 13/02/2017

-(Channel NewsAsia 10/2) US, China military planes come inadvertently close over South China Sea: The aircraft came within 1,000 feet (305 meters) of each other on Wednesday in the vicinity of the Scarborough Shoal.

-(The New York Times 10/2) Trump tells Xi Jinping U.S. will honor ‘One China’ policy, reversing his earlier expressions of doubt about the longtime diplomatic understanding and removing a major source of tension between the United States and China since shortly after he was elected.

 -(The Diplomat 9/2) How the South China Sea could heat up again in 2017: The Trump administration could put the South China Sea on a trajectory to slowly heat up as the year goes on.

-(AMTI 8/2) The Paracels: Beijing’s other South China Sea buildup: Not all of China’s outposts in the Paracels currently house significant infrastructure, but the presence of small buildings and construction materials suggests China may be preparing to expand those features.

-(National Interest 8/2) Donald Trump's Huge South China Sea problem (and what to do about it): The U.S. needs to revamp its strategy to reverse current trends and escape the trap of reactive and ineffectual policymaking.

-(Channel NewsAsia 8/2) US should 'brush up on' South China Sea history, China: The country has been upset by previous comments from the new U.S. administration about the disputed waterway.

-(Sputnik News 8/2) Russia warns other states against interfering in South China Sea dispute, Russian Ambassador to China Andrey Denisov said.

-(Strait Times 7/2) China likely to build on Scarborough Shoal in South China Sea, said Philippine Defense Secretary.

-(National Interest 7/2) Why China May Have Made a Massive Mistake in the South China Sea: Nowadays, almost nobody in Asia who isn’t on the Beijing payroll, or hopes to be, sees China as benign. The more prevalent view is one of an acquisitive bully.

-(Japan Times 7/2) Behind the scenes, Tillerson tones down rhetoric on South China Sea, an apparently leaked document has shown.

-(Geopolitical features 7/2) US policy on South China Sea hasn’t changed: Gen. James Mattis’ recent comments made waves in China, but they do not represent a shift in policy.

-(Japan News 6/2) Japan not to join U.S. in South China Sea: “Japan will play its role through defense cooperation and training,” said Defense Minister Tomomi Inada.

-(The Diplomat 6/2) China can neither be dislodged from the South China Sea nor control it: Former U.S., Australian officials say it’s “too late” and PLA assessment says China “cannot be optimistic”.




-(Bloomberg 4/2) Trump Defense Chief Seeks Diplomatic Push in South China Sea, weeks after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson appeared to advocate a tougher stance. -(Washington 4/2) China lashes out at Mattis remarks on East China Sea islands

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