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South China Sea

Tag Archives | South China Sea

  • Al Jazeera

    From “Assuring Freedom of Navigation” to “Drill, Baby, Drill” in the South China Sea

  • Michael Russell

    China’s Challenge in the South China Sea

  • Al Jazeera English

    How Long Can the U.S. Exploit the Senkakus?

  • Associated Press

    Senkaku Islands: Leaders to Meet for the First Time Since 2012

  • via Twitter

    A U.S.-Vietnam Alliance or (still) a U.S.-China-Vietnam Triangle?

  • Kyodo News

    China’s New Cruise to the Paracels: When Business is not just Business

  • DoD Photo

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

  • CNOOC Photo

    China Moved Its Oil Rig: So What?

  • Jerome Favre/EPA

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

  • DoD Photo

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

  • Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs, via Associated Press

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

  • The International Institute for Strategic Studies

    Defining Times: How China and Japan Set Norms and Borders

  • Erin A. Kirk-Cuomo

    A Quiet Revolution in the South China Sea

  • Facebook

    The Obama Doctrine: Death By a Thousand Cuts

  • Luong Thai Linh/EPA

    Beijing’s Foreign Policy Stumbles Again in Vietnam

  • Associated Press

    Why MH370 will not Fundamentally Change China-Malaysia Relations

  • Vietnamese protesters

    Vietnam Protesters Attack China over Sea Dispute

  • 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

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

    Dismounting China from the South China Sea

  • 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

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

    Legal Questions of Russia’s Intervention in Ukraine

  • DoD Photo

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

  • Michael Russell

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

  • State Dept. Photo

    John Kerry’s Beijing Visit unlikely to Change Dynamics

  • State Dept. Photo

    Obama Administration Pushes Back Against Japan Lobby

  • Pete Souza/White House

    Does Abe Consider Obama a Lame Duck?

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

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

  • Illustration: John Shakespeare

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

  • 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

  • U.S. Naval ships in the Pacific

    Escalating Tensions Over China’s ADIZ

  • Reuters

    The Hysteria over China’s Air Defense Identification Zone

  • Indian Naval ships.  Photo: Michael Scalet

    Examining India’s Look East Policy 3.0

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

    The Pentagon’s Logistics Nightmare

  • Reuters

    Washington’s Asia Pivot

  • 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

  • Travis Mendoza

    Japan’s Right: Going Nuke?

  • House of Japan

    Japan-China Relations in Rough Waters

  • 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?

  • Matthew Bruch

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