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South China Sea

Tag Archives | South China Sea

  • DoD Photo

    India’s Role in the U.S. Pivot to Asia?

    by Himanil Raina
  • CNOOC Photo

    China Moved Its Oil Rig: So What?

    by Matthew Ribar
  • Jerome Favre/EPA

    Street Protests Highlight Hong Kong’s Special Status and How it Should be Used

    by Lingling Mao
  • DoD Photo

    Where does South Korea Stand on the South China Sea Dispute?

    by Ann Song
  • Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs, via Associated Press

    Exposing China’s Artificial Islands Plan in the Spratly’s

    by Son Nguyen
  • The International Institute for Strategic Studies

    Defining Times: How China and Japan Set Norms and Borders

    by Jakob Bund
  • DoD Photo

    A Quiet Revolution in the South China Sea

    by Peter Lee
  • Facebook

    The Obama Doctrine: Death By a Thousand Cuts

    by Peter Lee
  • Luong Thai Linh/EPA

    Beijing’s Foreign Policy Stumbles Again in Vietnam

    by Gary Sands
  • Associated Press

    Why MH370 will not Fundamentally Change China-Malaysia Relations

    by Daniel Wagner
  • Vietnamese protesters

    Vietnam Protesters Attack China over Sea Dispute

    by BBC
  • Shinzo Abe, Japan's prime minister, speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, January 22, 2014.
Photo by Photo Moritz Hager

    Japan-China Standoff in the East China Sea: Why Diplomacy needs to Work

    by Piyush Singh
  • U.S. and Singapore Naval ships on exercises in the South China Sea

    Dismounting China from the South China Sea

    by Michael Daniels
  • President Barack Obama pictured with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Park Geun-hye in March. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP

    Obama Arrives in Asia Empty-Handed

    by David J. Karl
  • Sergei Lavrov, Russia's foreign minister. Photo: Jean-Marc Ferre

    Legal Questions of Russia’s Intervention in Ukraine

    by Himanil Raina
  • DoD Photo

    Gunboat Diplomacy in South China Sea Can Lead to a Red Line

    by John Price
  • Vietnam’s civilian-led patrols, backed by marine police and a border force, will be deployed from 25 January within Vietnamese waters in the South China Sea. Photo: Reuters

    Forget Oil and Gas, the South China Sea Just Got More Complicated

    by Nicolas Jenny
  • Secretary of State John Kerry and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during a meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing, China on February 14, 2014

    John Kerry’s Beijing Visit unlikely to Change Dynamics

    by Peter Lee
  • Secretary of State John Kerry sits down with Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs Fumio Kishida for their bilateral meeting in Tokyo, Japan, on April 14, 2013

    Obama Administration Pushes Back Against Japan Lobby

    by Peter Lee
  • Pictured: President Barack Obama and Shinzo Abe

    Does Abe Consider Obama a Lame Duck?

    by Peter Lee
  • The South Korean Coast Guard confronts a flotilla of Chinese fishing boats

    Tensions between China and the U.S. over Fishing Rights

    by Sudhanshu Tripathi
  • Illustration: John Shakespeare

    China at a Crossroads: What does it Want to Be?

    by Daniel Wagner
  • Japanese destroyer Kurama leads destroyer Hyuga as a Japanese naval flag flutters during a naval fleet review at Sagami Bay, off Yokosuka, south of Tokyo. Yuriko Nakao/Reuters

    The Senkaku Islands Dispute Needs a Diplomatic Resolution

    by Brett Daniel Shehadey
  • U.S. Naval ships in the Pacific

    Escalating Tensions Over China’s ADIZ

    by Sudhanshu Tripathi
  • Japanese Coast Guard off of the Senkaku/Diaoyu islands. Source: Al Jazeera

    The Hysteria over China’s Air Defense Identification Zone

    by Peter Lee
  • Indian Naval ships.  Photo: Michael Scalet

    Examining India’s Look East Policy 3.0

    by M. Mayilvaganan
  • The USS Gridley pulls alongside a sealift command dry cargo ship in the South China Sea

    The Pentagon’s Logistics Nightmare

    by Wilson VornDick
  • Japanese destroyer Kurama leads destroyer Hyuga as a Japanese naval flag flutters during a naval fleet review at Sagami Bay, off Yokosuka, south of Tokyo. Yuriko Nakao/Reuters

    Washington’s Asia Pivot

    by Conn M. Hallinan
  • Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton delivers her opening statement at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, September 5, 2012

    Raising the Stakes in Asia

    by Richard Javad Heydarian
  • The USS Gridley pulls alongside a sealift command dry cargo ship in the South China Sea

    Japan’s Right: Going Nuke?

    by Conn M. Hallinan
  • Pictured: Shintaro Ishimara, the former Governor of Tokyo from 1999 to 2012 who resigned to lead the Sunrise Party. He currently serves in Japan's lower house. Source: Foreign Policy

    Japan-China Relations in Rough Waters

    by Conn M. Hallinan
  • A Chinese soldier gestures as he stands near an Indian soldier on the ancient Nathu La border crossing between India and China. Diptendu Dutta/AFP

    Does India have the Potential of Besting the Chinese?

    by Doug Moreland
  • Defense Secretary Leon Panetta testifying on Capitol Hill

    To the Pacific We Go: The U.S. ‘Rebalancing’ Act

    by Binoy Kampmark
  • The Japan helicopter destroyer JS Kurama leads ships during a rehearsal for a fleet review, October 21, 2009

    Asia’s Mad Arms Race

    by Conn M. Hallinan
  • President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talk with Prime Minister Singh of India in the Cross Hall of the White House.  Pete Souza/White House

    Indo-Japan Relations: Growth and Future Challenges

    by Sagar BM
  • Defense Secretary Leon Panetta with Chinese Gen. Liang Guanglie at the Pentagon

    Chinese Cyber Information Profusion

    by Timothy W. Coleman
  • U.S. Naval vessels operating in the South China Sea

    Cold War in Warm Waters: US-China’s Dangerous Contest for Asia-Pacific

    by Ramzy Baroud
  • U.S. Army soldiers air assault from a CH-47 Chinook helicopter into a village inside Jowlzak valley in Afghanistan's Parwan province on Feb. 3, 2011

    America and the World: Foreign Policy, Post Apogee

    by Michael Doyle
  • Secretary of Defense Leon E. Panetta speaks at the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore with remarks on how the Department of Defense will implement a new strategy in Asia

    Obama’s Dangerous Asia “Pivot”

    by Conn M. Hallinan