Promoting Substantive And Effective Code of Conduct in The South China Sea

Promoting Substantive And Effective Code of Conduct in The South China Sea

The promotion of the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea (COC) between ASEAN and China is of great significance to maintain peace at sea and promote mutually beneficial cooperation.
New Chinese Maritime Law Further Encroaches on Countries' Sovereignty

New Chinese Maritime Law Further Encroaches on Countries' Sovereignty

While the world is tired of the Covid-19 pandemic, worried about instability in Afghanistan, and dealing with other international crises, China has launched a new 'trick' in the Bien Dong Sea (known as East Sea or South China Sea) with its Newly Revised Maritime Traffic Safety Law which it said to be effective from September 1 and contain regulations causing public outrage.
What Vietnam Says about Recent Maritime Activities on South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea)

What Vietnam Says about Recent Maritime Activities on South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea)

Maritime activities of countries inside and outside the region need to strictly comply with the provisions of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.
US VP Harris to Focus on Defending International Law During Asian Trip

US VP Harris to Focus on Defending International Law During Asian Trip

US Vice President Kamala Harris will focus on defending international rules in the sea during the upcoming Asia trip.
Vietnam calls for early completion of Code of Conduct in the Bien Dong Sea

Vietnam calls for early completion of Code of Conduct in the Bien Dong Sea

Vietnam Minister of National Defence raised maritime and South China Sea security issues during the 8th ASEAN Defence Ministers Meeting Plus.
British's aircraft carrier joins NATO in South China Sea, challenging China

British's aircraft carrier joins NATO in South China Sea, challenging China

Britain’s new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth has begun its first operational deployment in a voyage that will cross through the South China Sea. Commodore Steve Moorhouse, commander of the carrier group, said Britain’s presence is key in the region amid China’s rising power.
International community criticizes China's movements on Bien Dong Sea

International community criticizes China's movements on Bien Dong Sea

The international community has raised voices against China's recent movements on the South China Sea, including the continued operation of ships to Whitson Reef in Vietnam's Spratly Archipelago.
China commissions three advanced naval ships

China commissions three advanced naval ships

China commissioned three new warships on April 23, 2021, including its first Type 075 amphibious assault ship, named the Hainan.
Philippines sends fighter aircraft over Chinese vessels in Bien Dong Sea (South China Sea)

Philippines sends fighter aircraft over Chinese vessels in Bien Dong Sea (South China Sea)

The Philippines military is sending light fighter aircraft to fly over hundreds of Chinese vessels in disputed waters in the Bien Dong Sea (South China Sea), its defence minister said, as he repeated his demand the flotilla be withdrawn immediately.
Biden administration reaffirmed recognition of 2016 arbitral ruling on Bien Dong Sea

Biden administration reaffirmed recognition of 2016 arbitral ruling on Bien Dong Sea

The administration of President Joe Biden reaffirmed its recognition of the 2016 arbitral ruling on the Bien Dong Sea (South China Sea), which it called “final and legally binding on all parties.”
The Indonesian patrol vessel blocked the Chinese research vessel in Sunda Strait

The Indonesian patrol vessel blocked the Chinese research vessel in Sunda Strait

A Chinese research vessel has been identified in the waters of Indonesia with its tracking system turned off, authorities said on Thursday, amid concerns in the region about Beijing’s maritime conduct.
China flaunts warships to impose threats in the Bien Dong Sea

China flaunts warships to impose threats in the Bien Dong Sea

Over the past few days, Beijing's propaganda apparatus has released flaunting images of warships to impose threats on countries in the Bien Dong Sea, said Thanh Nien.
Vessels with Chinese flags chased away from Vietnamese seas

Vessels with Chinese flags chased away from Vietnamese seas

Two fishing vessels sporting Chinese flags were chased away as they operated illegally in Vietnamese waters off the northern province of Thai Binh Monday.
US supports promoting international law compliance in Bien Dong Sea

US supports promoting international law compliance in Bien Dong Sea

U.S. national security adviser Robert O’Brien on Monday assured the Philippines and Vietnam, countries that Washington would fight to keep the Indo-Pacific region free and open.
The Chinese military expert: China’s ‘Aircraft-Carrier killer’ missiles successfully hit target ship in Bien Dong Sea

The Chinese military expert: China’s ‘Aircraft-Carrier killer’ missiles successfully hit target ship in Bien Dong Sea

A Chinese military expert has revealed that the two “aircraft-carrier killer” missiles that China launched in August hit their designated target, a moving ship in Bien Dong Sea.
Vietnam supports peaceful settlement of maritime disputes

Vietnam supports peaceful settlement of maritime disputes

The country affirms its support toward the peaceful settlement of disputes on the basis of international law, including UNCLOS 1982.
Drilling for oil in disputed sea may resume this year, Philippines officials confirmed

Drilling for oil in disputed sea may resume this year, Philippines officials confirmed

The Philippines said oil exploration in the disputed Bien Dong Sea can proceed without China, in what could be a further sign of the Southeast Asian nation’s tougher stance against Beijing.
QUAD kick off largest naval drills & China's responses

QUAD kick off largest naval drills & China's responses

India, the United States, Japan and Australia began their largest joint naval exercises in over a decade on Tuesday, seen as part of efforts to balance China’s vast military and economic power in the region.
China's weapons on Bien Dong Sea and other hotspots

China's weapons on Bien Dong Sea and other hotspots

China is believed to have deployed a variety of weapons to or near the hotspots of Bien Dong Sea, the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands, the Taiwan Strait, and the India-China border area.
Bien Dong Sea issue caught attentions as related parties take new moves

Bien Dong Sea issue caught attentions as related parties take new moves

The US carrier strike group returns to the South China Sea, while the Philippine government seems to promote oil and gas cooperation with China in the region.
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