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East Sea News from 01/6 to 30/6/2012

  • Cập nhật : 12/10/2016

-( 27/6) Remark by Vietnamese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Luong Thanh Nghi on June 26, 2012 

The South China Sea and Asia Pacific in Transition: Exploring Options for Managing Disputes - CSIS second annual conference on Maritime Security in the South China Sea.

-(Inquirer 27/6) Chinese ships never left Scarborough Shoal, says military: A Philippine Navy reconnaissance plane sighted 23 Chinese fishing boats—six large vessels and 17 dinghies—in the lagoon; (Thediplomat 27/6) Cloudy Forecast for U.S.-Thai Ties?

-(Sina 27/6) CNOOC offers 9 offshore blocks for joint operation with foreign firms: Seven of the blocks are sited in the Zhongjianan Basin, while two are located in areas covering the Wan'an Basin and the Nanweixi Basin; (Abs-cbnnews 27/6) Chinese boats return to Scarborough Shoal

-(Businessweek 27/6) Vietnam Calls on Cnooc Parent to Scrap Oil Exploration Bids: Seeking bids for the exploration areas is an illegal act that “seriously violated” Vietnam’s sovereign rights; (Interfaxenergy 26/6)CNOOC raises South China Sea tensions with offshore offer

-(VNN 26/6) ASEAN, China talk on East Sea: Both sides agreed on the commitment to implement the declaration and create a Code of Conduct in the East Sea; (Inquirer 26/6) Filipinos, Vietnamese in US close ranks: Boycott Chinese products

-(WSJ 26/6) How to Defuse South China Sea Conflicts: The Scarborough Shoal standoff holds lessons for the region's many other territorial disputes; (VNN 26/6) FM clarifies content of Vietnam Maritime Law

-(Ruvr 26/6) Beijing seeks dominance of South China Sea with new city: A new city has emerged on the map of China; (Inquirer 26/6) 28 Chinese boats still in Scarborough

-(Xinhua 26/6) China urges Vietnam to respect agreements regarding sea disputes: China on Tuesday repeated its call for Vietnam to respect bilateral agreements regarding maritime disputes and halt its gas exploitation program; China sends patrol ships to South China Sea

-(Nationmultimedia 25/6) Chinese minister: Asean can shape power play in E Asia: China has urged members of ASEAN not to be a bystander or "a tool of major powers" to cope with the new challenges in the current global political and economic atmosphere; (Taiwantoday 25/6) ROC stresses South China Sea sovereignty

-(Philstar 25/6) US seeks greater military access in Asia-Pacific: The US is scheduled to begin deploying in 2014 new P-8A Poseidon reconnaissance and anti-submarine aircraft to the Pacific; (Xinhua 25/6) China urges ASEAN to be independent

-(CSIS 24/6) The South China Sea and Asia Pacific in Transition: Exploring Options for Managing Disputes: The CSIS Southeast Asia Program will host its second annual conference on Maritime Security in the South China Sea June 27-28, 2012; (WSJ 24/6) China Starts to Claim the Seas

-(WP 24/6) Philippine mayor opens kindergarten school on disputed South China Sea island: The Philippines calls the island Pag-asa — or “hope” in Tagalog. It is guarded by Filipino troops; (Channelnewsasia 24/6)Chinese ship 'accidentally rams' Philippines boat
-(VNN 22/6) NA approves the Law of the Sea: Vietnam’s Law of the Sea was adopted by 495 out of 496 National Assembly (NA) deputies on June 21, accounting for 99.8 percent of the vote; (Philstar 22/6) Asean won't help Phl on China

-(BBC 22/6) China morning round-up: South China Sea ructions: Most newspapers lead with Beijing's latest move in the multi-nation South China Sea territorial dispute; (Channelnewsasia 21/6) Singapore-China military ties not mutually exclusive, says Ng Eng Hen

-(Xinhua 21/6) China raises administrative status of South China Sea islands: The Chinese government has raised the administrative status of Xisha, Zhongsha and Nansha islands in the South China Sea from county-level to prefectural-level; China opposes Vietnamese maritime law over sovereignty claim

-(Gmanetwork 21/6) US supports PHL initiative to settle Panatag Shoal dispute in intl court: Washington supports the Philippine initiative to resolve the dispute between Manila and Beijing over Panatag Shoal through legal means; PHL Defense chief: Redeploy ships to Panatag, keep China's claim in check 

-(Reuters 21/6) China tests troubled waters with $1 billion rig for South China Sea: Chinese energy experts say Beijing will eventually move its first ultra-deepwater rig to explore in deeper and more oil-rich waters further south in the South China Sea; China says Vietnam claim to islands "null and void"

-(Thejakartapost 19/6) China ships stay in Panatag Shoa: China has no immediate plans of pulling out its vessels at Scarborough Shoal in the South China Sea, the Chinese Embassy said Monday; (Cntv 19/6) FM: China never promises vessels withdraw from S. China Sea

-(Philstar 19/6) DFA: China, Phl agreed to leave Panatag lagoon:The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) on Tuesday clarified that China and the Philippines only agreed to stay out of the lagoon of the disputed Panatag Shoal in the West Philippine Sea; (BBC 18/6) China hails Philippines' pullout in South China Sea

-(Nytimes 18/6) Philippines And China Ease Tensions In Rift at Sea: Chinese fishing boats near the disputed Scarborough Shoal off the Philippine coast were heading back to port on Monday after Philippine vessels withdrew from the same area; (WSJ 18/6) Beijing to Withdraw Fishing Boats From Disputed Shoal

-(Canberratimes 18/6) China's thirst for oil and gas: The United States and China, the world's top users of energy to power their economies, are heading in opposite directions; (Philsta 18/6) Waiting for unity

-(Globaltimes 17/6) Philippines pulls vessels from island in S.China Sea: Philippine President Benigno Aquino has ordered home its two ships engaged in a maritime standoff with China over Huangyan Island, citing bad weather, according to the government; (Thediplomat 17/6) PLA and the South China Sea
-(Peopledaily 15/6) Philippines not that important to US: The future of the South China Sea mainly depends on China and the United States. A visible trend is that the sea is becoming increasingly less peaceful; (Inquirer 15/6)Scarborough Shoal: It’s PH map vs China map

-(Indianexpress 14/6) Indian Navy in South China Sea: Beijing’s unwelcome escort.Although the Indian ships were in international waters, a Chinese frigate sent a message “welcoming” the contingent to the South China Sea andsailed along for the next 12 hour

-(WSJ 14/6) Ian Storey, Asean Is a House Divided. Member nations' interests are so diverse that a unified response to Beijing's claims in the South China Sea is proving impossible.

-(Abs-cbnnews 13/6) Coast Guard ship staying put in Panatag despite bad weather to continue defending the country’s sovereignty there; (Atimes 13/6) Taiwan circling South China Sea bait

-(Realclearworld 13/6) The Blunt Edge of China's Peaceful Rise: The term "rocky relations" took on new meaning after Chinese civilian maritime enforcement ships confronted a Philippines Navy frigate in a standoff over a disputed shoal in the South China Sea

-(Eastasiaforum 12/6) South China Sea: is an ASEAN united front desirable? With the ongoing turmoil in the South China Sea, discussions about an ASEAN united front, or an aggressive alliance, have gained more currency, stimulating a debate on how this position might affect ASEAN; (Atimes 12/6) US, Vietnam inch closer together

-(Fpif 11/6) Pivoting Toward the South China Sea?: The highly publicized dispute between China and the Philippines over the Scarborough Shoal in recent weeks has become yet another reminder of the ongoing tensions in the South China Sea; (Time 11/6) U.S. Takes A Pass — For Now — On China Sea Disputes

-(The-diplomat 11/6) Why Filipinos Are Angry at China: Many Filipinos perceive China today as a giant nation that disregards the rights of its poorer neighbors; (Chinadaily 11/6) Safeguard maritime rights and interests

-(Xinhua 11/6) China, U.S. want sound interaction in Asia-Pacific region: Deputy FM made the remarks at a press briefing in Beijing on the 7th summit of the Group of 20 (G20) scheduled to be held in Los Cabos, Mexico from June 18-19; China urges Japan to stop making new troubles over Diaoyu Islands

-(Reuters 11/6) Firepower bristles in South China Sea as rivalries harden: The South China Sea disputes are likely to remain as a regional security spotlight issue and it will continue to pester China's relations with those claimant states; (WP 11/6) In Philippines, banana growers feel effect of South China Sea dispute

-(Philstar 11/6) Noy seeks US aid for radar to monitor Phl waters: The Philippines has asked the Pentagon for help in upgrading its maritime surveillance capabilities; (Inquirer 11/6) China to keep ships around Scarborough Shoal for ‘law enforcement’

-(Intellasia 11/6) Obama says clear rules needed to calm South China Sea: Speaking to reporters after hosting Filipino President Benigno Aquino in the Oval Office, Obama said it was critical to avoid escalation of conflicts over strategic waterways and shipping routes; (Eurasiareview 11/6) US-Indonesian Relations: A Balancing Act – Analysis

-(Philstar 11/6) AFP believes tension easing in Panatag Shoal: The military believes tension is easing in the Panatag (Scarborough) Shoal despite the presence of Chinese vessels;(Abs-cbnnews 11/6) Situation at Panatag Shoal improving – AFP
-(Ibtimes 6/6) Ships Leave But China-Philippines Relations Smolder At Scarborough Shoal: After nearly two months, the two countries appear to be taking fresh steps to defuse tensions over the area; (Chinadaily 6/6)Manila charting a dangerous new course

-(Philstar 6/6) US troops can use Clark, Subic bases as long as they have prior clearance from the Philippine government; (Malaya 6/6) Scarborough breakthrough

-(Inquirer 6/6) Chinese, PH ships ‘reposition’ inside Scarborough Shoal in bid to ‘ease tensions’: DFA spokesman Raul Hernandez said China moved out two government ships from a lagoon at the center of the rock formation of the shoal; (Defensenews 6/6) India, Japan To Conduct First Joint Naval Exercises

-(WSJ 5/6) Philippine-American Ties Warm Amid South China Sea Dispute: Philippine President Benigno Aquino III is scheduled to arrive in the U.S. on Wednesday on a visit to strengthen warming ties between the two countries; (Radioaustralia 5/6) US lobbies for use of 'Law of the Sea' in South China Sea dispute

-(Inquirer 5/6) Aquino, Dempsey tackle Scarborough Shoal standoff: Philippine defense and civilian officials on Monday briefed General Martin Dempsey, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, on China’s aggressive posture in the South China Sea; (Peopledaily 4/6) US should be given only limited say in S China Sea issue

-(Inquirer 5/6) Philippines says tensions ease in China sea row: China and the Philippines have repositioned some ships stationed at a disputed South China Sea shoal(Smh 5/6) US seeks Vietnamese base to counter China

-(FP 4/6) Is America Pivoting to Asia Fast Enough? Defense Secretary Panetta has put some muscle behind the Obama administration's Pacific ambitions. But will a few more ships really be enough to stare down China?; (NYT 4/6) Lips, Teeth and the U.S. Navy

-(Guardian 4/6) US Navy hopes stealth ship answers a rising China

-(Xinhua 4/6) China says more U.S. forces in Asia-Pacific inappropriate: U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta reiterated the increased U.S. involvement in the Asia-Pacific region, outlining U.S. plans to deploy 60 percent of its navy ships in the Pacific; Freedom of South China Sea navigation fully guaranteed: FM spokesman

-(Globaltimes 4/6) Contend with US on wisdom, not warships: US Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta reiterated during the 11th Shangri-La Dialogue the US strategy of shifting east coupled with the announcement to deploy 60 percent of US warships to the Pacific; (Chinadaily 4/6) De-escalating 'key word' at summit

-(Philstar 4/6) Highest ranking US military official in Phl today: In a statement, the US embassy said Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, will visit from June 3 to 4 after attending the recently concluded Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore; (Manilastandardtoday 4/6) Philex, China may sign oil drilling deal

-(VNN 3/6) Vietnam reaffirms stance on sea dispute settlement: Sovereignty disputes at sea should be directly settled between concerned parties and be transparent in the international environment;(Xinhua 3/6) U.S. should back up its proclaimed "good intentions" in Asia-Pacific with action

-(Time 4/6) As Panetta Visits Vietnam, China Warily Eyes U.S. Plans For Shift to Asia: Panetta said ‘It will be particularly important to be able to work with partners like Vietnam; (Latimes 3/6) Panetta works to repair U.S.-Vietnam ties during historic visit

-(Boston 3/6) Panetta sends message to China on Vietnam visit: 'Washington’s intent to aid allies in the Asia-Pacific region develop and enforce maritime rights in the South China Sea'; (Latimes 3/6) Pentagon seeks return to long-abandoned military port in Vietnam

-(Ibtimes 3/6) South China Sea: China Warns US Against 'Muddying The Waters': This was in response to Washington's statement that it would increase its military presence in the region; (Asahi 3/6) Shangri-La Dialogue: Impatient China ‘absent’ from key regional security summit

-(WSJ 3/6) Panetta Visits Former U.S. Base in Vietnam: The trip was an important sign of American aspirations in the region; (WP 3/6) Defense Secretary Leon Panetta highlights U.S. ties to Vietnam during visit

-(FP 3/6) U.S. expands its 'trilateral diplomacy' in Singapore: The Obama administration is all about setting up new, smallish multilateral structures composed of allies, especially when it comes to Asia; (Globalresearch 3/6)AMERICA THREATENS CHINA: Pentagon Prepares for Confrontation in the Asia-Pacific Region

-(Defense 2/6) Remarks by Secretary Panetta at the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore
-(Xinhua 1/6) Beijing defends interests in Asia-Pacific: Beijing on Thursday urged Washington to respect China's interests in the Asia-Pacific region; (Chinadaily 1/6) China's restraint clear to all

-(Nationmultimedia 1/6) China, Myanmar highlighted in Asia's geopolitical scene: Two dynamic changes in Asia came to the forefront at the 2012 World Economic Forum East Asia's session on "Geopolitics: the rise of China and the opening up of Myanmar"; (BBC 1/6) China factor to dominate top defence summit


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