An extended standoff in Vietnamese waters, a host of new Chinese hardware and a grade sheet for the 2016 South China Sea arbitration.
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Women are often the first members of a community to observe and interact with extremists trying to make inroads. Efforts to prevent violent extremism need to take their role seriously.
Updates from the South China Sea: Philippine vessel rammed, Chinese fighters deployed and Code of Conduct making “good progress.”
U.S. and China exchange criticism over the South China Sea at Shangri-La Dialogue, U.S. to sell surveillance drones to four allies and Japan to purchase F-35s.
Commander of U.S. Pacific Air Forces says FONOPs and Flyovers in the South China Sea will Continue, while More Changes Are Expected for U.S. Military Brass in Asia
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A fourth Pacific Fleet crash in 2017 sends shockwaves through the U.S. Navy, prompts operational pause and comprehensive review.
Last week, ASEAN and China took a step forward in their long quest for a Code of Conduct on the South China Sea, while the People’s Liberation Army flexed its muscles on its 90th anniversary.
A year ago today, an arbitral tribunal formed pursuant to the United Nations Convention for the Law of the Sea issued a blockbuster award finding much of China’s conduct in the South China Sea in violation of international law.