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Indo-Japan-US Naval Exercises: A Geopolitical Analysis

By Debalina Ghoshal The Chinese naval presence in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) has been a worry for not only India but also the United States, as the latter has a military base in Diego Garcia...
Eurasia Review

China-Malaysia Relations: The Three Dilemmas Of Malaysian Chinese – Analysis

As Malaysia’s trade and investment with China grows a new dimension has emerged in the relationship between Malaysia, China, and the local ethnic Chinese community. Malaysian Chinese have to..
Eurasia Review

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News video: Typhoon batters Hong Kong

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Hong Kong has been battered by a powerful typhoon as weather authorities raised the hurricane threat to 10 for the first time in five years. Offices and schools were closed, the stock market suspended..
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News video: After U.S. Destroyer Collision, Chinese Paper Says U.S. Navy A Hazard

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Reuters reported that an official Chinese newspaper has said that the U.S. navy's latest collision at sea, the fourth in its Pacific fleet this year, shows it is becoming an increasing risk to shipping..
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News video: Search underway for ten US sailors missing after collision at sea

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00.00 U.S. WARSHIP USS JOHN S. MCCAIN SAILING TOWARDS SINGAPORE + VARIOUS OF DAMAGE TO WARSHIP The search is underway for ten US sailors missing after their warship collided with an oil tanker off the..
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News video: Sailors Missing, Injured After Ship Collision

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The U.S.S. John S. McCain collided with a merchant ship near Singapore.
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News video: 10 Sailors Missing, 5 Hurt In Ship Collision

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The U.S.S. John S. McCain was involved in a collision near Singapore.
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Doklam standoff: Here's why Japan's open support to India may spell trouble for China

Japanese envoy’s public statement could now give confidence to Vietnam which is increasingly finding itself isolated over South China Sea disputes.

India may have trilateral talks with US, Japan as tension with China escalates

With tension between India and China escalating, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj may hold a meeting with her American and Japanese counterparts in New York next month. New Delhi is planning..
Deccan Herald

Ten sailors missing after US destroyer collision off Singapore

Ten US sailors were missing and five injured after their destroyer collided with a tanker near Singapore today, tearing a large hole in its hull in the second accident involving an American warship in..
Deccan Herald

India's quiet move to outsmart China

India has launched a high-level, quiet diplomatic campaign to put pressure on China through its neighbours to end a seven-week military stand-off at Doklam near Sikkim. Prime Minister Narendra Modi..

China military criticises wrong US moves on Taiwan, South China Sea

The wrong actions of the United States on Taiwan, its South China Sea patrols and deployment of an advanced anti-missile system in South Korea have had a large, negative influence on military trust, a..
Zee News Also reported by •DNAIndiaTimesReuters India

Philippines says China agrees on no new expansion in South China Sea

Philippine Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano also said the Philippines was working on a "commercial deal" with China to explore and exploit oil and gas resources in disputed areas of the South..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

'China adopting South China Sea strategy in Doklam'

New Delhi , August 14 : A former Indian Army official has said that China is adopting the same strategy in Doklam which it implemented in South China Sea, by claiming its sovereign territory.
newKerala.com Also reported by •SifyANI NewsDNA

Drilling ship leaves Vietnam oil block after China row

The drilling ship at the centre of a row between Vietnam and China over oil prospecting in disputed waters in the South China Sea has arrived in waters off the Malaysian port of Labuan, shipping data..

China, extremism long term challenge in Asia Pacific: US

An assertive China and the violent extremism poses the greatest challenge to the Asia Pacific region in the long term, but North Korea is the most immediate and pressing challenge, a top American..
Deccan Herald

China still building South China Sea islands: think-tank

China is expanding artificial islands in disputed South China Sea areas despite saying it stopped two years ago, according to a security think-tank that released satellite images it said showed the..

US warship challenges China's claims in South China Sea

[China], August 11 (ANI): China has lodged a protest against a U.S. Navy destroyer that challenged Beijing's maritime claims by passing close to the Meiji Reef of the disputed Nansha Islands in the
Sify Also reported by •newKerala.com

China protests after US warship sails near island

Beijing voiced displeasure today after a US warship sailed near an artificial island in the disputed South China Sea, an operation that prompted the Chinese navy to warn off the American destroyer.

China protests US ship sailing in South China Sea

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said in a statement the US move undermined Chinese sovereignty and security and endangered the safety of frontline personnel from both sides. China, which..

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