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We have great expectations from India: Vietnam (Business Standard)

Mattoo said China was losing the trust of its neighbours and losing all friends Concerned over China’s assertiveness in the South China sea, Vietnam wants India to “rise quickly” in the region. “We are deeply concerned by Chinese assertiveness in the South China sea. The Chinese navy is acting without provocation. These decisions seem to … Continue reading

India Voices Concern Over Developments in South China Sea (Indianexpress)

India today voiced its “concern” over the recent developments in the South China Sea where Chinese and Vietnamese ships are locked in a tense standoff while asserting that freedom of navigation in the high waters should not be impeded. “We have been following with concern recent developments in the South China Sea. We believe that … Continue reading

Vietnam condemns China’s sea claims as “serious violation” (Reuters)

Vietnamese navy personnel patrol on Truong Sa islands or Spratly islands in this April 13, 2010 picture. REUTERS/Stringer Vietnam condemned on Tuesday China‘s claims to disputed South China Sea islands as a serious violation of its sovereignty after saying it was setting up patrols to protect its fisheries and accusing Chinese boats of sabotage. The … Continue reading

Fresh South China Sea dispute (The Sydney Morning Herald)

Chinese fishing boats in the South China Sea earlier this year. Photo: AP Beijing: China and two of its neighbours, Vietnam and India, are locked in a new dispute over energy exploration in the South China Sea, as China continues its aggressive attitude towards the contentious waterway. Vietnam accused a Chinese fishing boat of cutting … Continue reading

Vietnam Accelerates Sea Patrols as Chinese Tensions (Newsmax Media)

HANOI/NEW DELHI — Vietnam is setting up patrols to protect its fisheries in the South China Sea after a state company accused Chinese boats of sabotage and India declared itself ready to deploy naval vessels to safeguard its interests in the disputed waters. Vietnam’s civilian-led patrols — backed by marine police and a border force … Continue reading

China’s Forward Policy in the South China Sea (Defpro)

For reasons that are conceptually weak and militarily untenable, the top Chinese military decision making body—the Central Military Commission—took a surprising decision last Sunday to post about 1,200 PLA soldiers in the so-called Sansha City; a collection of a few huts on an island with an area of about 2.13 square kilometres in the Paracel … Continue reading

New regional order in Asia is reaction to Chinese hegemony (Gulf News)

India, Japan and the US build a strategic relationship and other Asian countries band together to counter heavyweight Beijing By Jaswant Singh Asia’s economic dynamism is beginning to find a parallel in the region’s diplomacy, particularly where security is concerned. Indeed, we may now be “present at the creation”, as former US Secretary of State … Continue reading

India’s border troop surge aimed at rising China? (China Military Online)

Edited and translated by People’s Daily Online Beijing, Nov.10 (People’s Daily Online) –India’s defense ministry has already approved a 13-billion-U.S.-dollar military modernization plan and has decided to send an additional 100,000 soldiers to the China-India border areas over the next five years. This move is regarded as India’s second phase of a military buildup along … Continue reading

China has surrounded India from all three sides: M M Joshi (Rediff)

  Raising concern over rising threat to country’s security, the Bharatiya Janata Party [ Images ] on Thursday demanded that the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance [ Images ] government must come out with a statement in the Parliament informing about the level of preparation for securing country’s frontier in the north and north east, and … Continue reading

Threat to China: Will Corporatists in U.S. Government Move Forward to Assist Big Oil in Vietnam Discovery? (Prison Planet)

ExxonMobil, the world’s largest publicly traded company (by market value), has announced a “potentially significant” gas discovery off the coast of Vietnam. Brandon Turbeville It is now almost universally accepted among the general population and political commentators as a foregone conclusion that the United States and China will eventually face off in direct conflict at … Continue reading

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