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China's Pact with Laos, Cambodia on South China Sea Dispute an Intrusion into ASEAN Internal Affairs--Former ASEAN Official

China's Pact with Laos, Cambodia on South China Sea Dispute is an Intrusion Into ASEAN Internal Affairs--Former ASEAN Official

A former high-ranking official of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) accused Cambodia and Laos of interfering in domestic affairs of the organization. The two countries made a pact with China on how to settle its disputes with claimant-countries in the South China Sea.

ASEAN - China Foreign Ministers Meeting on Aug. 29, 2013 in Beijing, China (Photo: Adrian Bradshaw-Pool/Getty Images)

China, ASEAN Join Hands to Establish Law Enforcement School to Combat Cross-Border Crime, Terrorism

China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will collaborate in establishing a special law enforcement college as part of a concerted strategy to combat cross border crime.

ASEAN Seeks Dialogue With China to Discuss South China Sea Issue

ASEAN Seeks Dialogue With China on South China Sea Issue

Member-states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) are seeking a dialogue with China to discuss their dispute over the South China Sea as 'serious concerns' mount over the growing tension in the region.

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US Rallies ASEAN, Plans to Expand Naval Drills in South China Sea

The US Navy on Wednesday defended US freedom of navigation operations in the South China Sea, saying the US wants to expand its joint naval exercises with allies in the Asia Pacific as these contribute to regional stability.

US to China: Stop Bullying Smaller Neighbors

US to China: Stop Bullying Smaller Neighbors

President Barack Obama will host the leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) next week and the White House has said he will deliver a tough message to China during the summit that 'bullying' has no place in resolving the disputes in the South China Sea.

East China Sea, Japan, China, US

Beijing Cautions Washington Over Position on Diaoyu Islands Following U.S. Commander's Remark

China has advised the United States to be cautious in its words and actions with regards to the disputed Diaoyu Islands. The Ministry of National Defense served the stern warning to Washington on Friday after learning about the recent comments of a top United States Navy official.

John Kerry

US Secretary of State John Kerry Fails to Unite ASEAN Against China Over South China Sea Row

US Secretary of State John Kerry met with Cambodian leaders on Tuesday but failed to make them commit to join forces with Southeast Asian nations and stand up to China's territorial pursuits in the South China Sea.

ASEAN-China Foreign Ministers Meeting

China and ASEAN Seek to Strenghten Ties Ahead of Celebration of 25th Anniversary of Relations

China and the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) are looking to strengthen bilateral ties ahead of the 25th anniversary of their bilateral relations. Despite the on-going territorial claims over the South China Sea, China is ready to further cooperation with the other nations.

China HIgh Speed Railway

China's High Speed Rail Network is Leading the Way

China has successfully marched ahead by developing bullet standard trains based on in-house norms and technologies. These trains are designed according to China's environment and rail transport patterns. Thus, China is ready to replace foreign standard models of bullet trains and reduce their production, operational, and maintenance costs to a great extent.

East Asia Summit

China Dangles $20 Billion Loan to Fellow South China Sea Claimants

China offered the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) a friendship treaty and loans worth US$20 billion on Thursday, but Prime Minister Li Keqiang pressed that Beijing will only address the South China Sea disputes through direct settlements with other claimants.

Elderly people exercise in a park in Hanoi, Vietnam

ASEAN Vows Cooperation On Health Care Policies

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has pledged to strengthen cooperation in addressing healthcare issues in the region towards a healthier and sustainable ASEAN community.

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U.S., China Held Opposing Views at 21st ARF

Top foreign ministers and diplomats from China and the United States gave opposing views regarding the situation in the South China Sea during the 21st ARF.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Indian Trade To Boom With ASEAN, Forecast Says

Standard Chartered Bank released a report on India's economic performance, stating that it foresees a boom in its export industry with ASEAN countries.

China-Vietnam Territorial Dispute

China Accuses U.S. Of Worsening South China Sea Dispute

China accused the U.S. of heating up the territorial dispute in the South China Sea, saying the U.S. is encouraging China’s neighbors to boldly claim ownership of the waterway.

ASEAN Regional Forum August 9, 2014

U.S. Monitors South China Sea For Destabilizing Actions

A U.S. State official announced on Monday that the United States will continue to monitor the situation in the South China Sea to ensure that steps are being taken to prevent the heightening of tensions in the region.

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