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US, Philippine defence secretaries discuss South China Sea

Straits Times 11 Apr 2021
The phone call comes after reports that armed Chinese navy ships chased down a civilian craft carrying a Filipino news crew last week, which has prompted an investigation ... China said last month that the ships were simply "taking shelter from the wind" and the Philippines should view the situation in a "rational light".
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UK foreign minister Dominic Raab visits Indonesia and Brunei in ‘new era’ for security

The National 07 Apr 2021
UK military will have fewer troops, ships and planes. He will also travel to Brunei, where a British garrison is stationed, to hold meetings with the Sultan and top officials. Brunei is the current chair of the Association of South-East Asian Nations, ASEAN, which Britain hopes to join as a “dialogue partner”.
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Manila: China plans more South China Sea occupation

Asiatimes 05 Apr 2021
Taiwan, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei all have rival claims to the waters, which incorporate strategically crucial shipping lanes and could harbor oil and gas deposits. A fleet of more than 200 Chinese ships that sparked a diplomatic row last month after parking at ...
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Philippines accuses China of plans to occupy more South China Sea ‘features’

Arab News 05 Apr 2021
Taiwan, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei all have rival claims to the waters, which incorporate strategically crucial shipping lanes and could harbor oil and gas deposits. A fleet of more than 200 Chinese ships that sparked a diplomatic row last month after parking at ...
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Philippine president's aide warns of 'unwanted hostilities' over Chinese boats

Yahoo Daily News 05 Apr 2021
Read full article. 5 April 2021, 8.30 am·2-min read ... The ships have since spread to other areas of the Philippines' EEZ. Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan, China and Vietnam also have competing claims for islands and features in the area ... TRENDING. The Quint ... News18 ... Report ... Miles Away from Suez, Egypt's 1st Female Ship Captain Blamed for Blockage ... .
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Duterte's aide warns of 'unwanted hostilities' over Chinese vessels in disputed waters

Straits Times 05 Apr 2021
"We can negotiate on matters of mutual concern and benefit, but make no mistake about it - our sovereignty is non-negotiable," he said in a statement ... The ships have since spread to other areas of the Philippines' EEZ. Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan, China and Vietnam also have competing claims for islands and features in the area ... More on this topic. � ....
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Philippine president’s aide warns of ‘unwanted hostilities’ over Chinese boats

Metro USA 05 Apr 2021
Duterte has previously said challenging China risked starting a war ... The ships have since spread to other areas of the PhilippinesEEZ. Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan, China and Vietnam also have competing claims for islands and features in the area ... Its embassy in Manila did not immediately respond to a request for comment ... .
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PH bares China ‘intention’

Manila Standard Today 04 Apr 2021
Taiwan, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei all have rival claims to the waters, which incorporate strategically crucial shipping lanes and could harbour oil and gas deposits ... In the House, an administration congressman denounced the presence of the Chinese ships.
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Brunei receives COVID-19 vaccines from COVAX facility

Sina 03 Apr 2021
According to the health ministry, 24,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine were shipped on Wednesday from Amsterdam via Singapore to Brunei, arriving on Friday ... As an addition to procurement through the COVAX facility, Brunei will be procuring vaccines through bilateral arrangements as well.
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US, Philippines discuss Chinese activities in South China Sea

Press TV 01 Apr 2021
Reports said as many as 200 Chinese ships had berthed at Whitsun Reef, approximately 320 kilometers west of Palawan Island, and within the Philippine EEZ. Manila had earlier urged Beijing to withdraw the ships, calling their presence in the area an “incursion into its sovereign territory.”.
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NATO Expanding its Theater With China in its Sights

Consortium News 31 Mar 2021
NATO’s concerns about Chinese military expansion include the construction of nine naval bases on atolls in the South China Sea and an increasing number of ships. China now has the largest navy in the world, with 350 ships and submarines, including over 130 ships ... Navy has 293 ships as of early 2020, but U.S ... Navy ships using Palau’s ports.
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In Alarmist Turn, NATO Is Increasingly Positioning Itself in Opposition to China

truthout 30 Mar 2021
NATO’s concerns about Chinese military expansion include the construction of nine naval bases on atolls in the South China Sea and an increasing number of ships. China now has the largest navy in the world, with 350 ships and submarines, including over 130 ships ... Navy has 293 ships as of early 2020, but U.S ... Navy ships using Palau’s ports.
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Manila Bulletin 01 Mar 2021
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PH, Australia agree: Nations must ‘go beyond’ major power struggle to settle South China Sea dispute

Manila Bulletin 26 Feb 2021
(AFP / MANILA BULLETIN) ... Tensions in the South China Sea escalated anew in January after China passed a law that enabled its coast guard to fire at foreign ships deemed as illegal intruders in its territorial waters. China, the Philippines, Brunei, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Vietnam have overlapping claims in the South China Sea ... .
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