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TAIPEI (AFP): A United States warship has sailed through the Taiwan Strait, Taipei's defence ministry said Friday (Jan 17), the first such passage since the island resoundingly re-elected its independence-leaning president.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - A partnership between the United States and "like-minded nations" will keep Asian countries secure in the face of competition from a rising China, the commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet said on Friday.
NEW YORK (ANN): Phạm Hải Anh, Vietnam’s representative to the United Nations, on Tuesday (Dec 11) affirmed Vietnam’s consistent stance that all disputes should be settled with peaceful measures, in line with international law, including the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (Unclos).
Beijing: China accused the US of “provocative” conduct after two US warships sailed near islands claimed by Beijing this week, adding to tensions between the global powers.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - China on Monday called on the U.S. military to stop flexing its muscles in the South China Sea and to avoid adding "new uncertainties" over Taiwan, during high-level talks that underscored tension between the world's two largest economies.
MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte should allow the United Nations to investigate his war on drugs, and abandon a deadly campaign that has been failure and a dent on the country's international image, its vice president said on Wednesday.
BEIJING: China’s defence minister Wei Fenghe said that resolving the “Taiwan question” is his country’s “greatest national interest”, and that no force could prevent China’s “reunification”.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The United States is not seeking to "decouple" from China and not asking any country to choose sides, a senior U.S. defence official said on Monday, offering a softer outlook on relations bruised by a bitter trade war.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's defence minister, Wei Fenghe, said on Monday that resolving the "Taiwan question" is his country's "greatest national interest", and that no force could prevent China's "reunification".
DUBAI (Reuters) - Gulf military leaders on Thursday met at the request of Saudi Arabia and condemned the use of some members' airspace to carry out attacks last month against Saudi Aramco's oil infrastructure.