Why China Does Not Accept or Recognize the South China Sea Arbitration by the Philippines?
Security,Hotspots
By Jianguo Xiao - 28 Apr 2016

Why China Does Not Accept or Recognize the South China Sea Arbitration by the Philippines?

There has been a long-standing agreement between China and the Philippines on resolving their disputes in the South China Sea through friendly consultation and negotiation. From 1995 to 2011, there were at least 6 joint statements between the two countries repeatedly reaffirming negotiation as the means for settling their relevant disputes.
Xi Jinping's 2015 State Visit to the US: The Road from Sunnylands
Security,Cyberspace

By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim - 21 Mar 2016

Xi Jinping's 2015 State Visit to the US: The Road from Sunnylands

Australia Finds its Home in Southeast Asia: 2016 Defense White Paper
Security,Southeast Asia

By Andrew Carr - 07 Mar 2016

Australia Finds its Home in Southeast Asia: 2016 Defense White Paper

South China Sea Code of Conduct: Don’t Get Your Hopes Up
Security,Southeast Asia

South China Sea Code of Conduct: Don’t Get Your Hopes Up

A recent China-ASEAN agreement for a “framework” for a South China Sea Code of Conduct has triggered an outburst of diplomatic optimism. But the sad reality is that there has been little progress towards a binding, robust COC.  
China’s East China Sea ADIZ is Not a “Grab for Sovereignty”
Security,Hotspots,East Asia

China’s East China Sea ADIZ is Not a “Grab for Sovereignty”

An article by James Holmes of the US Naval War College in The National Interest made several false allegations regarding China’s actions and ascribed nefarious motives to its declaration of an Air Defense Identification Zone in the East China Sea.
World Peace Isn’t Your Toy
Security,East Asia

World Peace Isn’t Your Toy

The show by the Trump administration is run by a youngster who rose to power through nepotism just like his North Korean counterpart. Jarod Kushner and Kim Jung Un share one common feature that he had criticized Kim of: Unqualified to conduct foreign policy.
By Jaewoo Choo - 27 Apr 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
How Will the PLA Boost China’s Global Status?
Politics,Security

How Will the PLA Boost China’s Global Status?

In a seminar focusing on national defense and military reform, President Xi Jinping called for building a strong armed forces commensurate with China’s international status and compatible with national defense and interest.
By Bojian Liu - 02 Aug 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
The East and South China Sea Incidents Are Not Accidents
Security,China,East Asia

The East and South China Sea Incidents Are Not Accidents

Most such encounters are not unintentional or even unexpected. If the US persists in provocative actions despite China’s repeated requests to cease and desist, it must expect to be challenged. And if Japan continues to flaunt its control of the Senkakus, it too invites such challenges.
Propaganda Wars over the South China Sea
Politics,Security,Hotspots,China

Propaganda Wars over the South China Sea

China, the US and their respective supporters are engaged in a propaganda “war” regarding the South China Sea. China has launched a worldwide information campaign that justifies its position. Officials and analysts in the US have seemingly been dragged into the media “gutter” and become involved in a public information campaign of their own.
The Shangri-La Dialogue 2016 and the South China Sea
Security,Hotspots,China,Southeast Asia

The Shangri-La Dialogue 2016 and the South China Sea

In his address to the 2016 Shangri-La Dialogue, US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter outlined the US concept of a principled security network in the Asia-Pacific. The US sees China’s activities, especially in the South China Sea, as leading it towards raising a “Great Wall of self-isolation.”
Duterte and the South China Sea
Security,Hotspots,Southeast Asia

Duterte and the South China Sea

Rodrigo Duterte won the 2016 presidential election in the Philippines with a convincing victory. Duterte’s Trump-like rhetoric has caused considerable anxiety among the country’s ASEAN neighbors with regards to the South China Sea impasse.
The Maritime Silk Road Plan: A Way Forward for the South China Sea?
Economy,Security,China

The Maritime Silk Road Plan: A Way Forward for the South China Sea?

The 21st Century Maritime Silk Road plan, along with subtle management tactics and reconsideration of regional customs, sheds light on how the South China Sea issue can be redressed, by providing an alternative that goes beyond the over-politicized and overtly-judicialized hurdles.
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