China seeks peaceful resolution of disputes
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China seeks a peaceful resolution of disputes in the South China Sea but will not subjugate its national interest, Admiral San Jiaguo told a regional defense forum in Singapore. There is no change to China's interest in safeguarding the freedom navigation, Sun added. "China strives to play a constructive role in international affairs with an objective and impartial position and will never depend on or subjugate itself to any external forces," Sun said at the Shangri-La Dialogue, a day after US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter used his address at the forum to single out China as a source of instability.
Mabasa, R. (2015, June 2). China seeks peaceful resolution of disputes. Manila Bulletin, pp. 1, 14.
Disputes; Territorial waters; Navigation; Developing countries; International law; International agreements; Land reclamation; Security; Surveillance and enforcement; Economics; Association of South East Asian Nations(ASEAN); Britain International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS); People’s Liberation Army; Sun, Jianguo; Carter, Ashton; Glaser, Bonnie; Harris, Harry; Andrews, Kevin; Nakatani, Gen
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