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Indonesia rejects plan

Indonesia said yesterday it could not accept Australia's proposed new maritime security zone, saying it infringed on Indonesian waters and violated freedom of navigation.

US is trying to contain rising China with PSI plan

Although Indonesian Foreign Minister Hassan Wirayuda firmly rejected the United States' request that it join the Proliferation Security Initiatives (PSI) during the visit of the US Secretary of State to Indonesia last March, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is having second thoughts.

Bush to declare Pacific areas protected monuments

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush will designate nearly 200,000 square miles of the Pacific ocean on Tuesday as a protected region, White House officials said, making the areas hands-off for oil drilling or other extraction procedures.

China airs worry about North Korea after talks

BEIJING (Reuters) - China shares the region's

China airs worry about North Korea after talks

BEIJING (Reuters) - China shares the region's

China urges U.S. to halt surveillance near its shores

BEIJING (Reuters) - China called on the United States States to reduce and eventually halt air and sea military surveillance close to its shores after a series of territorial disputes this year.

Russia general says missile plan not shelved

ZURICH (Reuters) - Russia's top general said on Monday that plans to deploy missiles in an enclave next to Poland had not been shelved, despite a decision by the United States to rethink plans for missile defence in Europe.

Russia general says missile plan not shelved

ZURICH (Reuters) - Russia's top general said on Monday that plans to deploy missiles in an enclave next to Poland had not been shelved, despite a decision by the United States to rethink plans for missile defence in Europe.

Q&A - Is Israel's naval blockade of Gaza legal?

LONDON (Reuters) - Israel has said it will continue a naval blockade of the Gaza Strip despite growing global pressure to lift the siege after a navy raid on a Turkish ferry carrying aid killed nine activists this week.

Q&A - Is Israel's naval blockade of Gaza legal?

LONDON (Reuters) - Israel has said it will continue a naval blockade of the Gaza Strip despite growing global pressure to lift the siege after a navy raid on a Turkish ferry carrying aid killed nine activists this week.