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China says has defeated 'conspiracy' to stir up South China Sea trouble

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's success at turning around relations with the Philippines under its new president Rodrigo Duterte show the "conspiracies" of certain countries to stir up trouble in the South China Sea have been defeated, China's foreign minister said on Saturday.

China's pristine parks get more merit

Research, published as How Pristine Are China's Parks? in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, found that the numerous smaller parks in the arable farming landscapes of the warmer, wetter south and east had been more heavily modified...

SitRep: It’s Mattis for SecDef; ISIS Making Stand to Protect Oil

Afghanistan Continues to Falter; U.K. Heading to South China Sea; And Lots More

China rescues Filipinos near disputed South China Sea shoal

MANILA (Reuters) - China's coastguard has rescued Filipino fishermen from a capsized boat near a disputed South China Sea shoal, the Philippines said on Friday, underlining the fast thawing of ties between two countries long at odds over sovereignty.

British fighters to overfly South China Sea; carriers in Pacific after 2020: envoy

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - British fighter planes visiting Japan will fly over the South China Sea and Britain will sail aircraft carriers in the Pacific once they are operational in 2020, given concerns about freedom of navigation there, Britain's ambassador to the United States said on Thursday.

Rare Sinkhole Cluster In China Reveals Unexplored Ecosystem

China is home to some of the most mysterious geological formations on Earth. The South China Sea boasts the mythical “Dragon hole,” thought to be the deepest underwater sinkhole on Earth. In China’s remote northwest, meanwhile, a “gateway to Hell” has opened, revealing a burning pit of...

Abe Faces Diplomatic Challenges Amid Uncertainties Surrounding S. Korea, U.S, China and Russia

[Source: AP, Yonhap News] By AsiaToday reporter Kim Ye-jin - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe faces some diplomatic challenges. Abe's diplomacy faces a new test, with South Korean President Park Geun-hye's potential resignation following...Show More Summary

This Could Be the Surprising Spark for Asia’s Next Big Mega War

Brahma Chellaney Security, Asia One word: Water.  Tensions over water are rising in Asia—and not only because of conflicting maritime claims. While territorial disputes, such as in the South China Sea, attract the most attention—after...Show More Summary

China says it wants smooth military ties with Trump

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

China said on Wednesday it wanted to develop smooth military-to-military ties with the new U.S. administration of Donald Trump. While the world’s two largest economies are frequently at odds over issues like the disputed South China Sea, both have been trying to improve trust between their...

China Says It Wants Smooth Military Ties With Donald Trump

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

China said on Wednesday it wanted to develop smooth military-to-military ties with the new U.S. administration of Donald Trump. While the world’s two largest economies are frequently at odds over issues like the disputed South ChinaShow More Summary

Beijing untypically quiet on Taiwan drills in South China Sea

ITU ABA, South China Sea (Reuters) - Taiwan held rescue drills on Tuesday off the coast of its sole outpost in the Spratly Islands of the South China Sea, but the biggest claimant in the disputed area kept uncharacteristically quiet...

A Resilient Mini-Me Rival Is Challenging China's Control Of A Disputed Sea

Leaders in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines take a pragmatic, work-with-me-please view toward China in easing Asia’s widest reaching sovereignty dispute. They all say the South China Sea, or some fragment of it, is theirs and their claims overlap. China has expanded quickly since 2010 to assert control over almost [...]

China Tells America To Stay Away From South China Sea

China has told America to stay away from its “own” South China Sea again. This time around, the message came from Hainan-based National Institute of South China Sea Studies. The Beijing-backed think tank reports that the American navy and air forces carried out more than 700 surveillance patrols in the South China [...]

NASA's Aqua satellite sees remnants of Tropical Cyclone Tokage

(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) Tropical Cyclone Tokage fell apart after crossing the Philippines and moving into the South China Sea where wind shear battered the storm. NASA's Aqua satellite took a visible picture of the storm as it was being torn apart on Nov. 28.

New Galaxy S8 Leak Points To A Massive Change

Samsung's attention is turning to the upcoming Galaxy S8 launch. The latest information from China suggests that the South Korean approach of maximizing every practical number in the specification sheets is alive and well, and will be applied to 2017's flagship.

China Escalates Tensions In Asia's Water Wars

Authored by Brahma Chellaney, originally posted at Project Syndicate, Tensions over water are rising in Asia – and not only because of conflicting maritime claims. While territorial disputes, such as in the South China Sea, attract the...Show More Summary

Developing world leaders pay respects to Castro, cold-war champion

From China to South Africa, Algeria to Venezuala, leftwing and anticolonial figures praise the man who did not hesitate to send Cuban troops and medics into the fray The death of Fidel Castro has prompted tributes and reflections from current and former leaders across the world and of all political stripes. Show More Summary

China Warns That U.S. Naval Patrols Threaten Sovereignty

(Bloomberg) American military vessels and aircraft carried out more than 700 patrols in the South China Sea region during 2015, making China the U.S.’s No. 1 surveillance target, according to a report by China’s only state-backed institution dedicated to research of the waters. Show More Summary

Donald Trump's South China Sea Challenge: 4 Ways America Can Push Back Against China

Harry J. Kazianis Security, Asia Trump can deter Beijing  On the day President-elect Donald J. Trump first steps foot in the oval office the weight of the world’s problems will be squarely on his shoulders. The Islamic State, tensions...Show More Summary

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