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China warns on South China Sea as U.S., India consider patrols

BEIJING (Reuters) - China on Thursday responded to a Reuters report that the U.S. and India are discussing joint naval patrols in the disputed South China Sea, warning that interference from countries outside the region threatens peace and stability.

Donnie Does trolls Donald with sign reading 'Trump Likes His Steak Well Done' at South Carolina rally

While he may not be in China any more, it appears that Donnie of "Donnie Does" fame is still keeping it real, even going so far as to troll The Donald himself on live TV at a political rally. [ more › ]

Asian stocks are tumbling after the New Year break

Investors haven't had a good start to the Chinese Year of the Monkey. While stock markets remain closed on mainland China, those that opened after the Chinese New Year break on Thursday in Hong Kong and South Korea saw major falls right...Show More Summary

Six New VLCCs Marks the Start of a Busy Delivery Year

2016 is off to a flying start when it comes to delivering brand new VLCCs from shipyards in South Korea and China to owners and investor across the globe, says a report BIMCO.

Maritime Conflict Widens in South China Sea with Joint US-India Patrols

The prospect of a joint naval patrol between India and the United States in the South China Sea is likely to ruffle Beijing’s feathers, which claims most of the water body. In response to Beijing’s construction of seven man-made islands in the Spratly archipelago, Washington seems keen to take a belligerent claim over the South... Show More Summary

Blame an Ivory Ban for China’s Vanishing Giant Clams

Giant clams are endangered in the South China Sea. Could a Chinese government ban on ivory be the cause? The post Blame an Ivory Ban for China’s Vanishing Giant Clams appeared first on WIRED.

Beijing and Washington: An Uneasy Balance in the Korean Peninsula

On Sunday, Pyongyang launched a long-range missile. While China still opposes expanding sanctions on North Korea, Washington has recently stressed its determination to support South Korea and Japan against the North's nuclear threat. The post Beijing and Washington: An Uneasy Balance in the Korean Peninsula appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

2016 a Busy Year for VLCC Deliveries - BIMCO

When it comes to delivering brand new VLCCs from shipyards in South Korea and China to owners and investor across the globe, 2016 is off to a flying start. Six

China confirms first case of dangerous Zika virus

2 days agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Hot on the heels of Taiwan, the mainland has confirmed its first case of the Zika virus in a man recently returned from South America. [ more › ]

Exclusive: U.S. & India consider joint patrols in South China Sea - U.S. official

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The United States and India have held talks about conducting joint naval patrols that a U.S. defense official said could include the disputed South China Sea, a move that would likely anger Beijing, which claims most of the waterway.

No 'bullying' in the South China Sea, US warns

President Obama to deliver tough message during ASEAN summit that territorial disputes must be resolved peacefully.

Disputes Over South China Sea Must Not Involve 'Bullying': White House

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will deliver a tough message to China during a summit with Southeast Asian countries next week that disputes in the South China Sea must be resolved peacefully and not with a big nation “bullying”...Show More Summary

White House: disputes over South China Sea must not involve 'bullying'

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House said on Tuesday that President Barack Obama would deliver a tough message to China during a summit with Southeast Asian countries next week that disputes over the South China Sea must be resolved through global rules and not through "bullying."

US intel: China to keep building on artificial islands

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. intelligence chief says he expects China to keep building on artificial islands to sustain its "exorbitant" territorial claims in the disputed South China Sea. Clapper cited the installation of runways, hangars and radars and port calls by Chinese navy and coastguard ships, and test landings by civilian aircraft.

Revealed: America’s ‘Soft’ Operation in the South China Sea

Sam Bateman Security, Asia Pacific The USS Curtis Wilbur FONOP was very different from the USS Lassen's. The United States has conducted another freedom of navigation operation ( FONOP ) in the South China Sea. On January 30, the guided-missile...Show More Summary

Punish or engage? No easy answer to North Korea's nuclear ambitions

3 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

North Korea’s launch of a long-range rocket Sunday has policymakers in the United States, South Korea and China scrambling to answer to an old, vexing question: What's the most effective strategy for dealing with an isolated state with a growing arsenal of increasingly dangerous weapons? Since...

Here's Why China Is Soft On Kim Jong-un

North Korea is China’s big cannon in its South China Sea ambitions

Six-Party Talks With North Korea Unlikely to Resume in Near Future

Resuming the talks on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, with the participation of the DPRK, Russia, South Korea, the United States, China and Japan is unlikely at the moment, Russia's Envoy to UN Vitaly Churkin said Sund...

China Concerned Over Possible US Missile Defense Deployment in S Korea

China is seriously concerned over the possible deployment of a US anti-missile defense system in South Korea, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Sunday.

Washington's Gamble in S China Sea Reflects 'Contempt for Int'l Law'

The US Navy's latest "freedom of navigation" operation in the South China Sea, which Beijing called "unprofessional and irresponsible," reflects Washington's "contempt for international law and arrogance towards the rest of the world," international criminal lawyer Christopher Black asserted.

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