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The Power of South Asia: Navigating the Indian Ocean’s Waters in a Post-Pandemic World

Berlin (06/12 – 7)In the grand chessboard of global geopolitics, the Indian Ocean has emerged as a queen, commanding respect and attention. The post-pandemic era has not only unveiled the resilience of...

Xi Says China, Brunei Should Jointly Safeguard Peace, Stability in South China Sea

China and Brunei should make joint efforts to make positive progress in joint maritime development and jointly safeguard peace and stability in the South...

Navy Chief Flags Fragile Situation in South China Sea

The fragile security situation in the South China Sea, in addition to violations of established Codes of Conduct or Confidence Building Measures, poses a...

Mustang Panda Hackers Targets Philippines Government Amid South China Sea Tensions

The China-linked Mustang Panda actor has been linked to a cyber attack targeting a Philippines government entity amid rising tensions between the two countries...

South China Sea: Biden Says US Will Defend the Philippines if China Attacks

US President Joe Biden has warned China that the US will defend the Philippines in case of any attack in the disputed South China...

Vietnam ‘Ramps Up’ Island Building in South China Sea

Vietnam has actively pursued its major expansion plan in the disputed South China Sea, nearly doubling newly-reclaimed areas in one year, a new report...

South China Sea Row to Top Agenda of Asean Defence Ministers’ Meeting Amid China-Philippines Clashes

Rising tensions from territorial rows in the South China Sea will come into sharp focus when Asean defence chiefs meet this week in Jakarta,...

Malaysia, Vietnam Agree to Address Illegal Fishing, Discuss South China Sea Issue

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and Vietnam’s President Vo Van Thuong have agreed to increase cooperation to address illegal fishing in Malaysian waters."(Malaysia)...

Summer Fishing Moratorium Ends in South China Sea

Introduced on May 1, this year's summer fishing moratorium has ended in the South China Sea, with swarms of fishing boats sailing off from...

Beyond Security: U.S. Pulls Manila Closer via Economic Cooperation

When Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. returns home this week from an extended trip to the United States, his greatest achievement will not be...

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