South China Sea

13.07.2016

Waiting for calm in the South China Sea

Waiting for calm in the South China Sea

The Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague was the international organisation issuing the ruling concerned sovereignty and land usage, as well as maritime rights and jurisdiction issues, that hold over the South China Sea. Its foretold conclusions unleashing a readied barrage of ‘not on my watch’ statements by China’s Xi Jinping. »

04.06.2016

South China Sea confrontations – view from Taiwan

South China Sea confrontations – view from Taiwan

Our contact Yew taipan reports that this letter from a Taiwan resident to Admiral Harry B. Harris, Commander of the United States Pacific Command, is circulating in various media and although the style of the letter seems more western than Asian to Pressenza’s Asia editor, the content is seen as… »

04.06.2015

Increasing tension in the South China Sea

Increasing tension in the South China Sea

An increasingly tense situation is developing between many countries in the Far East at the moment. China this week has been criticised by the USA for reclaiming land and building harbours and airstrips in the South China Sea. The dispute goes back to the end of the Second World War… »

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