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CHINA-ASEAN code of conduct nears: rough outline of legally binding code of conduct in the South China Sea drafted, to be presented to foreign ministers for consideration in August
China and the 10 countries that make up the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) have agreed on the rough outline of a legally binding code of conduct designed to prevent clashes in the strategic South China Sea, ...
- May 20, 2017
DU30 open to deal in South China Sea
President Rodrigo Duterte said Tuesday he was open to exploring the South China Sea’s natural resources with rival claimants China and Vietnam, contradicting Foreign Secretary designated Alan Peter Cayetano, who said on ...
- May 17, 2017
PH to turn Pag-asa into tourist attraction
The government has set aside P1.6 billion to turn the biggest Philippine-held island in the Spratlys into a tourist attraction and marine research center, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said on Friday. Lorenzana visited ...
- April 22, 2017
Trump vows to stop China taking South China Sea islands
The new administration of US President Donald Trump has vowed that the United States would prevent China from taking over territory in international waters in the South China Sea, something Chinese states media has warned ...
- January 25, 2017
Occupy Spratly isles? too late
Magdalo Rep. Gary Alejano on Friday ridiculed President Rodrigo Duterte’s vow to deploy troops to unoccupied South China Sea islands and reefs claimed by the Philippines, saying nothing was left to grab in those disputed ...
- April 8, 2017
Esperon: a ‘win-win’ for PH, China on Panatag
For National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon, “it is a win-win” for both the Philippines and China. “But this is not to say that we have dropped our claim,” Esperon said on Monday, referring to Panatag Shoal, a rich ...
- November 1, 2017