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Oct 23 - China has drafted wide-ranging amendments to its Law on National Defence 1997 to better safeguard the security and economic interests of the country and its people – at home and abroad, according to Global Times.
MANILA, Sept 12 (Reuters) : Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has urged a peaceful way out of conflicts with China over the South China Sea and said international law must be followed, amid increased regional friction over military activities by Beijing and Washington.
NEW DELHI, Sept 5 (AFP): India and China traded blame for rising tensions over their disputed Himalayan border on Saturday following their highest level meeting since a deadly clash in June.
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Aug 1 (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): Numerous past exchanges, cooperation and mutual help have enhanced the friendly relations between Brunei Darussalam and the People’s Republic of China, as well as their militaries.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia and China renewed their commitments to strengthen bilateral defence cooperation in addressing the Covid-19 pandemic.
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.
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".
Beijing: A Chinese state-run daily defended the government’s handling of the Tiananmen protests, saying it “immunised” China against turmoil in a rare editorial about the crackdown on the eve of its 30th anniversary.
‘Competition does not mean conflict’: American defence chief leaves door open to cooperation with China
Patrick Shanahan’s address to Singapore security forum signals Washington’s willingness to engage with Beijing, Chinese colonel says
Singapore prime minister urges China and US not to pressure small nations to take sides during Shangri-La dialogue
Lee Hsien Loong says ‘when the lines start to get drawn, everybody asked, are you my friend or not my friend? And that makes it difficult’ His remarks came at the Shangri-La Dialogue, Asia’s biggest security forum, with representatives from more than 40 countries, including China and the US