Tag: maritime dispute

  • Japan Boosts Coastal Security

    As Chinese ships continue to navigate waters near disputed islands, Japan has decided to “strengthen security” around its coasts. Japan PM to boost coast security amid China row Japan will “strengthen […]

  • Guatemala and Belize Territorial Dispute

    The late twentieth century saw a wave of democratic transitions in Latin America and Eastern Europe. After the fall of the Soviet Union, the former Soviet republics became independent states […]

  • South China Sea Accord

    The Indonesian Minister for Foreign Affairs, Marty Natalegawa, has called Asean members define a common position on the South China Sea dispute. Marty Keeps Pushing for South China Sea Accord By Ulma Haryanto, […]

  • Politics and Ships

    China does not want to control all of the oil and natural gas rich South China Sea, according to officials Beijing only wants 80 percent. China Asserts Sea Claim With […]

  • South China Sea Talks

    U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi met in Cambodia on Thursday to discuss how best to resolve territorial disputes in the South China Sea, […]

  • Disputed Islands

    Chinese State media reported today that while tensions rise with its neighbours over rival claims to the area, Beijing has sent a large fishing fleet to the sensitive Spratly Islands in the […]

  • Maritime Dispute

    China’s Deputy Foreign Minister, Zhang Zhijun, summoned Vietnam’s Ambassador to China, Nguyen Van Tho, on Thursday to lodge a formal complaint over Vietnam’s claims to the Xisha and Nansha islands and adjacent waters […]

  • Challenging Disputes

    Maritime disputes between China and some neighboring countries have escalated in recent years. A number of factors have contributed to the current maritime challenge. This article offers a Chinese view of […]