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Chinese warplanes violate Vietnamese airspace (ITAR-TASS)

Chinese combat aviation planes were sent to the South China Sea area where since May, Vietnam claims, China’s drilling platform Haiyang Shiyou 981 is illegally located, Coast Guard of Vietnam says HANOI, May 12. /ITAR-TASS/. Over the past two days, China’s warplanes have repeatedly violated Vietnam’s airspace over the South China Sea, Vice Commander of the … Continue reading

Southeast Asia Ministers Urge Self-Restraint on Sea Spat (Bloomberg)

Southeast Asian foreign ministers said they were concerned about a rise in territorial tensions in the South China Sea, calling on all parties including China to show “self-restraint” after Chinese and Vietnamese ships collided near disputed islands. Countries claiming parts of the resource-rich waters should “avoid actions which could undermine peace and stability in the … Continue reading

Obama sends Vietnam nuclear deal to Congress (Nuclear power daily)

by Staff Writers Washington (AFP) May 08, 2014 The US Congress on Thursday began its review of a nuclear agreement with Vietnam which advocates say would create billions of dollars in trade but has triggered human rights concerns. President Barack Obama sent to Congress the text of the agreement which would allow the United States … Continue reading

Southeast Asia faces renewed unity test as South China Sea tensions spike (Themalaysianinsider)

May 09, 2014 A surge of tensions in the South China Sea threatens to widen divisions between Southeast Asian nations at a summit this weekend, posing a severe test for host Myanmar as the newly democratic country seeks to manage the region’s growing alarm over China. The routine annual meeting of Southeast Asian leaders has … Continue reading

Japan supports Vietnam coastal defense (NHK)

Japan’s Foreign Minister says the country is willing to help Vietnam bolster its coastal patrol capabilities. Koichiro Gemba met with Vietnamese Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh in Hanoi on Saturday. They discussed regional tensions over disputed islands in the South China Sea. The ministers agreed that both Vietnam and China should abide by international laws … Continue reading

Dangerous time as tension rises over island claims (The Nation)

Asean must back code of conduct before talks can begin with Beijing China and Vietnam are squaring off again over claims to the Paracel and Spratly islands. Both sides have moved a step further in a dispute that could deepen to a chasm. To them, the 1979 China-Vietnam border war was a fresh reminder that … Continue reading

Vietnam slams ‘absurd’ China protest over Paracel, Spratly islands (Inter Aksyon/Agence France-Presse and Reuters)

HANOI – Vietnam has defended a new maritime law claiming sovereignty over the fiercely-contested Paracel and Spratly islands, dismissing protests from China as “absurd”. Vietnam’s National Assembly on Thursday adopted the Law on the Sea, which places the disputed mineral-rich islands under Hanoi‘s sovereignty, prompting Beijing to summon Vietnam’s ambassador to oppose the “illegal and … Continue reading

Vietnam Rejects Chinese Protest over Island Claims (Irrawaddy/AP)

HANOI, Vietnam — Vietnam has rejected China’s protest over a new Vietnamese law that reasserts territorial claims over two South China Sea island groups China and other countries consider their own. The Chinese accusations that Vietnam’s law was illegal and invalid were groundless, Foreign Ministry spokesman Luong Thanh Nghi said in a statement posted on … Continue reading

Now it’s China vs Vietnam on Spratlys claims (AFP)

HANOI (AFP) – Vietnam has defended a new maritime law claiming sovereignty over the fiercely-contested Paracel and Spratly islands, dismissing protests from China as “absurd”. The National Assembly on Thursday adopted the Law on the Sea, which places the disputed mineral-rich islands under Hanoi‘s sovereignty, prompting Beijing to summon Vietnam’s ambassador to oppose the “illegal … Continue reading

VIETNAM: DEFENCE TIES WITH MYANMAR PRIORITY (Nam News Network)

HANOI, Nov 15 (NNN-VNS) — Viet Nam attached much importance to boosting co-operation with Myanmar for the prosperity of each country and the development of ASEAN, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said. Speaking with visiting Commander-in-Chief of Myanmar’s Defence Service, General Min Aung Hlaing at a reception in Ha Noi Monday, Dung applauded the outcome … Continue reading

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