International Law and Peaceful Resolution of Disputes in the South China Sea Contribute to Global Peace

International Law and Peaceful Resolution of Disputes in the South China Sea Contribute to Global Peace

On November 18, the Asia-Africa Institute of the German University of Hamburg organized an international conference on Indo-Pacific strategies and the South China Sea issue.
South China Sea Plays an Important Role in Global Peace and Prosperity

South China Sea Plays an Important Role in Global Peace and Prosperity

At the 14th South China Sea International Conference on November 16-17 in Da Nang, many scholars and guests agreed that South China Sea plays an important role in global peace and prosperity.
Parties in the South China Sea Need to Show Goodwill and Cooperative Spirit

Parties in the South China Sea Need to Show Goodwill and Cooperative Spirit

The Permanent Court of Arbitration in 2016 is the legal basis to assert that China's "nine-dash line" claim is flawed and contrary to the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.
DOC Promotes Peace, Trust, Cooperation Between ASEAN, China: Foreign Affairs Expert

DOC Promotes Peace, Trust, Cooperation Between ASEAN, China: Foreign Affairs Expert

As the first document achieved by ASEAN and China on the South China issue, the Declaration of the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea (DOC) had become the basic instrument for building political mutual trust among regional countries and laid a solid foundation for the further development and upgrading of China-ASEAN relations.
DOC Promotes Peace, Trust, Cooperation between ASEAN, China

DOC Promotes Peace, Trust, Cooperation between ASEAN, China

The Declaration of the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea (DOC) has contributed to promoting peace, trust and cooperation between the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and China.
Philippines rejects China’s claims, upholding Western powers’ role in South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea)

Philippines rejects China’s claims, upholding Western powers’ role in South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea)

This is the first time, a Philippine high-level diplomat revealed the different views between China and ASEAN regarding the negotiation of the code of conduct in the South China Sea or Bien Dong Sea.
ASEAN-China resume COC talks

ASEAN-China resume COC talks

The China Embassy in Manila stated that China and ASEAN countries have resumed their expert meeting on Code of Conduct (COC) in the South China Sea through an online conference held on September 3.
ASEAN, China agree to go ahead with negotiations on Code of Conduct in East Sea

ASEAN, China agree to go ahead with negotiations on Code of Conduct in East Sea

ASEAN and China have reaffirmed their commitments to fully and seriously implementing the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the East Sea (DOC) and soon resuming negotiations on the Code of Conduct in the East Sea (COC).
Indonesia FM: Negotiations on Code of Conduct in South China Sea (East Sea) should resume soon

Indonesia FM: Negotiations on Code of Conduct in South China Sea (East Sea) should resume soon

Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi on June 24 said that negotiations with China on the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea (called the East Sea in Vietnam), delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, should resume soon to ease tensions in the region, reported Japan's Kyodo News.
Chinese actions in East Sea hampering the negotiation process of COC

Chinese actions in East Sea hampering the negotiation process of COC

Assoc. Prof. & PhD. Nguyen Hong Thao, an expert on international law, environmental law, maritime law, and border demarcation, granted an exclusive interview to VOV, during which he shed light on the northern neighbour’s recent decision to establish two districts aimed at illegally governing the Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagoes which belong to Vietnam.
Australian expert calls China's establishment of so-called Sansha city a provocation

Australian expert calls China's establishment of so-called Sansha city a provocation

Professor Carl Thayer from Australia’s University of New South Wales was quoted by Vietnam News Agency as saying that China’s announcement of the establishment of the so-called “Xisha district” (Vietnam’s Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelago) and “Nansha district" (Vietnam’s Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago) under “Sansha city” is “a provocation, illegal under international law.”
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HCM CITY, VIETNAM - Media OutReach - 2 December 2022 - The HCM City Development Joint Stock Commercial Bank, or HDBank, is seeking shareholders' approval to issue convertible bonds worth US$500 million to international investors. HDBank is also seeking approval to increase the foreign ownership limit from 18 per cent to 20 per cent.
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