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Sansha city established amid tensions in South China Sea

Sansha, China’s southernmost prefecture-level city, was finally established on Tuesday, as the nation strengthens its sovereignty claims over the South China Sea amid frayed relations with neighboring countries. A ceremony was held on Tuesday to mark the establishment of the new city on Yongxing Island,...

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Protests erupt in Vietnam as S.China Sea spat continues

Fishing boats lie at anchor in the waters at Meiji Reef of South China Sea on July 22, 2012. There are nearly a score of fishermen working regularly at a fish farm at Meiji Reef, where high-value fishes are fed for years. Photo: Xinhua About...

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Sansha city to have congress

China has stepped up its efforts to display its sovereignty over the South China Sea, as the provincial legislature of Hainan on Tuesday ratified a motion to prepare for the first people’s congress in the newly established Sansha city. Experts said the move indicates that...

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China may go to war with Vietnam to shore up support: Russian media

A Russian-built Su-30MK2 in the Vietnamese air force. (Internet photo) An article published in a Russian newspaper suggests that China’s government will launch a war against Vietnam over the South China Sea, both to establish sovereignty over disputed islands and consolidate the support of its...

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Misunderstanding China leads to short-sighted protectionism

WHILE the West drove globalization in the modern era, increasingly Western countries are tangling themselves around protectionist policies. Anxiety, fear, and a misunderstanding about China are key motives. The uncertain times are also reflected in the volatility of markets. We are clearly in a new...

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South China Sea ‘unlikely’ to dominate regional talks

  File photo taken on November 16, 2010 shows the fishery patrol ship Yuzheng-310. The Yuzheng-310, China’s most advanced fishery patrol ship, on April 20, 2012 arrived in waters off the coast of Huangyan Island in the South China Sea. Its mission is to protect...

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China Responds to Vietnamese Anti-China Protests

A Foreign Ministry spokesman on Monday urged Vietnam to act in ways that are conducive to bilateral ties and the peace and stability of the South China Sea. “China always opposes countries’ moves to aggravate and complicate the situation in the South China Sea,” Liu...

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Vietnamese protested CNOOC’s 9 Blocks move in South China Sea

  July 1, Vietnamese held protest in Ho Chi Minh City and Ha Noi to fight against CNOOC’s move to offer 9 blocks in South China Sea.  

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Link to China must rethink its South China Sea strategy: Duowei

China must rethink its South China Sea strategy: Duowei

China’s South Sea Fleet pays a visit to Vietnam, a country with which China is riled in a territorial dispute, on Dec. 3 2010. (Photo/Xinhua) Beijing should redevelop its approach to the South China Sea to defend against a containment strategy being carried out by...

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Sansha to receive broadcast coverage

Authorities in China’s southernmost province of Hainan are to expand broadcasting coverage to the newly-established city of Sansha, in an apparent attempt to consolidate the nation’s territorial claims in the South China Sea by boosting infrastructure construction amid intensified rivalry over the region.  The program...

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