China Holds Annual Military Drills in East, South China Seas

SCSC - China Military Online reports that the People’s Liberation Army will carry out live - fire drills in the East China Sea from July 29 to August 2.

In preparation for the drills, the Chinese government issued a navigation notice banning maritime vessels from entering an area of the East China Sea bordering southeastern Zhejiang province, roughly 200 kilometers north of the disputed Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands. A Xinhua report reposted by China’s Ministry of Defense described the exercises as “routine training”. [READ MORE]

Bill Clinton Slams Beijing on South China Sea

BienDong.Net: According to Fortune, Bill Clinton was in Guangzhou in southern China to deliver remarks at a conference hosted by Pacific Construction Group, a Fortune 500 infrastructure company. During a question and answer with Pacific’s founder Yan Jiehe, Clinton was asked for his opinion on China’s ongoing disputes with the East and South China Seas.

According to the Fortune report, Clinton drew a distinction between China’s row with Japan over the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands in the East China Sea, and Beijing’s disputes with smaller Southeast Asian countries in the South China Sea. [READ MORE]

South China Sea: China’s Unfolding Strategic Blueprint for Full - Spectrum Dominance

SCSC - South China Sea has emerged as an explosive regional and global flashpoint endangering the security and stability of the wider Indo Pacific region. This arises mainly from China’s propensity to use force to settle territorial disputes.

Paracel Islands under full military occupation of China and Spratlys Islands under partial military occupation of China coupled with greater maritime operational cruises in South China Sea by Chinese PLA Navy including its Aircraft Carrier are evidence of China’s unfolding strategy of expanded maritime dominance of this crucial Sea. [READ MORE]

[Video] China illegally placed the oil rig in Vietnam's waters

Vietnam Flays China’s Position On South China Sea – Part I

SCSC - The South China Sea (SCS) has emerged as one of the major flashpoints with a host of countries making claims to parts or the whole of the area. The reason behind this dispute is because of the results of a report some years ago that testified that the area contains huge amounts of oil and other resources.

Of the about half a dozen countries making territorial claims, China, Vietnam and the Philippines are three countries that are locked in bitter fights over the area for their claims. Of the three, China is making its greedy U - shaped or nine - dotted line that covers over 80 per cent of the SCS and as such has maritime dispute with Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, Indonesia, Brunei and Malaysia. [READ MORE]

Chinese Oil Rig Moved Away From Disputed Waters Off Vietnam

SCSC - A Chinese oil company has completed drilling in disputed waters off the coast of Vietnam and moved a rig that sparked skirmishes between boats of the two countries and deadly anti - Chinese riots in Vietnam.

The HYSY 981 rig completed drilling in the sea off Zhongjian Island in the Xisha Islands, as the Paracel Islands are known in Chinese, on July 15, China Oilfield Services Ltd. said in a statement yesterday. [READ MORE]

US - China relations: Head to head

SCSC - If a get - together of bureaucrats could solve the world’s thorniest political problems, then the US and China would be on a strong footing. Several hundred officials from both countries held a two - day meeting in Beijing this week that brought together almost every branch of their governments.

The US Department of Transport alone was involved in five workshops. The sun even managed to shine, breaking through Beijing’s heavily polluted skies. [READ MORE]

Conference in Washington slams Beijing’s aggression in South China Sea

SCSC - China has become a danger to the stability in Southeast Asia and needs to be told to stop its maritime provocations, according to scholars and policy makers at a two - day gathering in Washington, DC.

At the fourth annual South China Sea Conference of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), a major think tank, scholars and policymakers were under no illusion that Beijing would tame its ambitions on its own any time soon. [READ MORE]

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