Freedom of Navigation
|Jenia Cane |||Mar 04, 2017 09:56 AM EST|
There is no need to gloss over the issue of freedom of navigation in the South China Sea, as there is "much ado about nothing."
|Desiree Sison |||Nov 28, 2016 06:30 AM EST|
The US military conducted more than 700 naval patrols in the South China Sea region in 2015, threatening China's sovereignty and making it the most "targeted" nation by Washington in terms of surveillance activities, Chinese government analysts said on Friday.
|Desiree Sison |||Nov 01, 2016 07:43 AM EDT|
Invoking the 'freedom of navigation' principle. Australia has accepted Indonesia's request for joint naval patrols in the disputed South China Sea.
|Arthur Dominic Villasanta |||Sep 16, 2016 10:57 AM EDT|
Japan will conduct bilateral and multilateral exercises with regional navies such as the Vietnam People's Navy and the Philippine Navy.
|Desiree Sison |||Sep 09, 2016 07:35 AM EDT|
United States President Barack Obama said on Thursday that the US is not about to leave the disputed South China Sea despite warnings from China. Obama said the presence of the US military in the area is aimed at upholding the navigation rights of other nations in the disputed area, adding that they would be there for as long as international law allows.
|Desiree Sison |||Jul 19, 2016 08:25 AM EDT|
China warned foreign navies, specifically the United States', on Monday against conducting freedom of navigation operations in the disputed South China Sea saying such patrols could end in "disaster."
China to Sever Bilateral Ties With Australia Over Freedom of Navigation Patrols in the South China Sea
|Desiree Sison |||Jul 15, 2016 07:59 AM EDT|
China's Foreign Ministry on Thursday warned Australia that Beijing would sever bilateral relations with Canberra if it continues to conduct freedom of navigation exercises in the South China Sea.
France Criticizes China, Calls on European Navies to Conduct Patrols in the Disputed South China Sea
|Desiree Sison |||Jun 07, 2016 07:17 AM EDT|
European countries have jumped into the South China Sea fray as France called for more European naval patrols in the international waterway, invoking the international principle of freedom of navigation and upholding the law of the seas.
|Desiree Sison |||May 03, 2016 07:51 AM EDT|
All eyes are on China as the ruling on the South China Sea by The Hague's arbitration court is expected in the coming weeks. The Philippines filed the territorial case against Beijing in the international court.
|Som Patidar |||Apr 27, 2016 06:47 AM EDT|
China slammed a Pentagon report on Tuesday that said the United States military conducted freedom of navigation operations against 13 countries last year including China.
|Desiree Sison |||Mar 31, 2016 07:53 AM EDT|
The Obama administration has said that it will not hide differences with China on maritime and cybersecurity issues saying it will be upfront when discussing these raging matters at the sidelines of the Nuclear Security Summit
|Desiree Sison |||Mar 22, 2016 06:38 AM EDT|
"I also want to point out that recently, the US military likes to talk about the so-called militarization of the South China Sea."
US General Urges Other Nations to Exercise the Right to Fly and Sail in South China Sea Despite China's Protests
|Desiree Sison |||Mar 09, 2016 06:48 AM EST|
A top US General has urged other countries to exercise their right to fly over and sail in the disputed South China Sea, or stand to lose these rights in the region altogether.
|Desiree Sison |||Mar 05, 2016 06:42 AM EST|
In a show of military force in the disputed South China Sea, the US Navy has dispatched a carrier strike group (CSG) to the disputed international waterway amid rising tensions in the region as Beijing and Washington exchange accusations of militarizing the region.
|Carlos Castillo |||Mar 03, 2016 06:44 AM EST|
The naval forces of the United States, Japan and India will conduct joint exercises this year in waters just north of the Philippines, a move which analysts say is likely to draw China's muted but watchful attention amid tensions over competing claims in the region.
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