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Asean airs concern on new China sea law
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has expressed concern over recent developments in the South China Sea, after China imposed a controversial new fisheries law requiring all foreign vessels to obtain approval ...
- January 20, 2014
It must be good to wake up one day, look at the vast expanse of ocean around your land, and decide that all the waters as far as the eye can see are yours. That's what Beijing is doing in the sea to its south that needs ...
- March 21, 2014
Phl to bring China fishing law to Asean
The Philippines will discuss with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) the new fisheries law of China that raises both regional and international concern for its serious implica- tions. Foreign Affairs Secretary ...
- January 17, 2014
Palace: Fishermen can still go to Panatag
The government is making sure Filipino fishermen are not deprived of access to Panatag Shoal’s rich resources despite threats of being driven away even during inclement weather by intruding Chinese vessels. Presidential ...
- March 4, 2014
Photos reveal stages of China reclamation at reef
The Philippines released yesterday several photographs showing different stages of reclamation work being done by the Chinese on Mabini (Johnson South) Reef, apparently in preparation for construction of an airstrip. In a ...
- May 16, 2014
Asean calls for restraint in sea row: but no call for freeze on provocative acts
Southeast Asian countries expressed concern yesterday over "increased tensions" in the South China Sea and called for stepped-up talks with China, in what the United States said was a setback for Beijing's efforts to play ...
- August 11, 2014