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South China Sea Underwater "Environmental" Sensor Net Could Track US Subs - The Drive

Officially, China's planned system will gather scientific data, but it also has an unspecified "national defense" role. By Joseph TrevithickMay 30, 2017. The War Zone · Anti-Submarine warfare · early warning · People's Liberation Army Air Force ...and more »

Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Lu Kang's Remarks on G7 Summit Communique's Mention of East and South China Seas - MFA China

Q: The joint communique of the G7 Summit in Italy mentioned issues of the East and South China Seas. What is your comment on that? A: We have noted that and are strongly dissatisfied with the G7 post-summit communique's irresponsible reference to the ...and more »

Narendra Modi's four-nation tour: India, Spain to push for resolving disputes in South China Sea - Firstpost

Madrid: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Spanish president Mariano Rajoy on Wednesday stressed the importance of resolving the disputes in the strategic South China Sea in accordance with the universally recognised principles of international law, a ...and more »

Breaking the Mirror: South China Sea Policy Revisited - OODA Loop

Series Introduction The current administration has a unique opportunity to reorient the United States' strategic approach toward China and the South China Sea conflict, placing the U.S. and its allies on a path to an ideal resolution. To achieve this ...and more »

China acts like a 'bully' in Asia, says McCain - Financial Times

Senator John McCain has accused China of acting like “bully” in the Asia-Pacific region by using its economic strength to coerce neighbours and making territorial claims in the South China Sea that are not backed up by international law. In a speech ...and more »

South China Sea: John McCain calls for naval exercises to challenge Beijing - ABC Online

Veteran US senator John McCain has made a provocative call to hold massive naval exercises in the South China Sea, saying nations could band together to challenge Beijing's sovereignty over the disputed territory. Key points: John McCain suggested US ...and more »

China is behaving like a 'bully' in South China Sea: McCain - AOL

SYDNEY, May 30 (Reuters) - China is behaving like a "bully" with its militarisation of islands in the South China Sea, Republican U.S. Senator John McCain said on Tuesday, activity Washington must confront with its allies to find a peaceful solution ...and more »

South China Sea: Underwater 'observation station' planned by Beijing - NEWS.com.au

BEIJING'S plans for an underwater observation system across disputed seas could have huge implications for Australia. Debra Killalea@DebKillalea · news.com.auJune 1, 201712:17pm. Video; Image. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time ...and more »

Beijing plans underwater observation system in South China Sea - CNN

Hong Kong (CNN) China is planning to build a massive underwater observation system across the disputed East and South China seas, that experts say could be used to detect the movement of foreign ships and diminish the stealth capabilities of US ...and more »

China Is a 'Bully,' and America Is Better Than the White House, McCain Says - Sputnik International

Arizona Republican Senator John McCain, hired for a speaking engagement in Sydney, Australia, on Tuesday, portrayed China's foreign policy moves as that of a schoolyard tormentor. Critical of foreign policy moves by the administration of US President ...and more »