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FEB 05, 2016 - Forbes

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War Or Peace In The South China Sea?

While the U.S. sees China's claims in the South China Sea as a sign of aggression that must be contained, many in China see the U.S. actions as military provocations and a threat to China's sovereignty.

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FEB 05, 2016 - Eurasia Review

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South China Sea Dispute Compels Washington To Ratify Sea Law – Analysis

By James Borton* The upcoming US-ASEAN summit on February 15-16 in Rancho Mirage, California provides an opportunity for the Obama administration to boldly demonstrate its rebalance towards Asia, and for the U.S. Senate to assert...

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FEB 03, 2016 - Forbes

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Future Of Bitter South China Sea Sovereignty Dispute Rests On The Philippines

The Philippines used to be just one of six governments competing for claims to the South China Sea, a tropical ocean that’s hot because of its resources. That country lags its rivals, especially China, in military might and scope of claim to the ocean that covers 3.5 million square kilometers. [...]

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FEB 03, 2016 - Fox News

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Ambassador: US to continue South China Sea flights, sail-bys

The U.S. ambassador said Wednesday joint patrols with the Philippines are possible in the South China Sea, where the United States has asserted its freedom to navigate by sending planes and ships into China-claimed areas.

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FEB 01, 2016 - The Economist

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Making a splash

AS PARTING gestures go, it was a risky one. Taiwan’s president, Ma Ying-jeou, leaves office in May, having lost an election on January 16th. But rather than slink out quietly, this week he visited Itu Aba, known in Chinese as Taiping, the biggest natural island in the Spratly archipelago in the South China Sea, garrisoned by Taiwan but also claimed ...

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