Tag: freedom of navigation

  • Iran Pursues ‘Toll’ in Strait of Hormuz; Britain Considers Sanctions After Ship Seizure

    July 21: Iran reiterated Sunday that it will pursue a “toll” on all ships travelling in the Strait of Hormuz — the latest escalation of a global crisis that threatens […]

  • USN transit upsets China

    Freedom of navigation still disputed. U.S. Navy ship sails in disputed South China Sea amid trade talks with Beijing BEIJING (Reuters) – A U.S. guided-missile destroyer sailed near disputed islands […]

  • Sea of Azov challenges

    Tensions spill into sea. Ukraine collecting evidence from captains of vessels stopped in Sea of Azov for lawsuits against Russia – Tuka Ukraine is collecting evidence and documenting every case […]

  • South China Sea Spices

    Freedom of navigation transit leads to incident. South China Sea: Chinese ship forces US destroyer off course A Chinese warship has forced an American destroyer to change course in the […]

  • USN ignores Iran threats

    Keeping the pot on the boil. U.S. Navy Conducts Military Exercises in Gulf Amid Iran Tension By Zainab Fattah The U.S. Navy is conducting exercises this month to ensure its […]

  • USN in Taiwan Strait

    First trip by U.S. Navy ships through the Taiwan Strait in about a year. China urges U.S. to avoid actions that endanger peace in Taiwan Strait BEIJING (Reuters) – China […]

  • RN and South China Sea

    Freedom of navigation patrolsare not about power projection, presence, or deterrence. Joint Freedom of Navigation Patrols in the South China Sea BY THE LOWY INTERPRETER [By Shashank Joshi and Euan Graham] […]

  • RN for S. China Sea

    Defence secretary Gavin Williamson said HMS Sutherland, an anti-submarine frigate, would next month assert freedom of navigation rights. Britain to sail warship through disputed South China Sea A British warship […]

  • Paracel storm

    USS Chafee takes a tour of the Paracels… U.S. warship sails near islands Beijing claims in South China Sea – U.S. officials WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. Navy destroyer sailed […]

  • Keeping Asian oceans open

    ASEAN nations and China need to improve relations at sea. Rule of law needs to be respected in the South China Sea: experts Despite the shortcomings of the international legal […]