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Australian and Chinese Militaries Hold “Blunt” Discussion over South China Sea Issue

Australian and Chinese Militaries Hold “Blunt” Discussion over South China Sea Issue

Military officials from Australia and China exchanged “robust,” “direct and blunt” remarks over territorial claims in the South China Sea, according to Fairfax media. The discussion took place between Australia’s defense brass and General Fang Fenghui, chief of the General Staff of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army. Talks got particularly heated while the two parties […]

China Likely to Lose International Court Case in South China Sea Dispute, Legal Experts Say

China Likely to Lose International Court Case in South China Sea Dispute, Legal Experts Say

China may finally be feeling the pressure over its territorial claims in the South China Sea, which now are being analyzed by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague. When the court took jurisdiction over the case filed by the Philippines, which has its own territorial claims in the region, China brushed it off […]

China Blames Philippines for Straining Relations Over South China Sea Dispute

China Blames Philippines for Straining Relations Over South China Sea Dispute

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi says The Philippines’ legal case against Beijing’s territorial claims in the South China Sea has tightened relations and it’s up to the Philippines to undo it. “We do not want this knot to become tighter and tighter, so that it even becomes a dead knot,” Wang told reporters. “As for […]

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