South China Sea: Beijing approves plan to build observation network - Free Press Journal

Beijing : China has approved a plan to build an underwater observation network across the disputed East and South China seas, in yet another provocative move that will anger Beijing's neighbours. China will invest two billion yuan ($292 million) to ...

G7 criticism of China's maritime policy rings hollow - Asia Times

Just like clockwork, the Group of Seven's recent comments on territorial disputes in the East and South China Seas have raised China's ire. Chinese diplomacy activates automatically when the country's sovereignty and national interest are questioned.

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 ...

India, Spain for resolving South China Sea disputes peacefully - Financial Express

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Spanish President Mariano Rajoy today stressed the importance of resolving the disputes in the strategic South China Sea in accordance with the universally recognised principles of international law, a statement that ...

Marine muscle: In hotly contested territorial South China Sea dispute, 'bully' China plans to build underwater spy ... - Malaysia Sun (press release)

BEIJING, China - In a bid to further establish its dominance in the disputed resource-rich, China on Wednesday said that it has approved a plan to build an underwater observation network across the disputed East and South China seas. The action came as ...

India, Spain favour resolution to South China Sea disputes, express concern on North Korea situation - Web India 123

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Spanish President Mariano Rajoy today favoured freedom of navigation and early resolution of South China disputes through peaceful means.The two leaders also expressed grave concern on North Korea's continued ...

China Build Underwater Observation in Disputed South China Sea - The Quint

China has approved a plan to build an underwater observation network across the disputed East and South China seas, in yet another provocation to Beijing's neighbours. China will invest two billion yuan (US $292 million) to build the network, which ...

McCain urges Australia to stick by US despite Trump jitters - Arizona Daily Sun

U.S. Sen. John McCain has a discussion after delivering a speech at the invitation of the United States Studies Centre in Sydney, Tuesday, May 30, 2017. McCain urges Australia to stick by US despite Trump jitters. The Associated Press. U.S. Sen.

The shared stewardship of the South China Sea - The Manila Times

IN May 2016, CNN Philippines reported that Filipino fishermen were arrested by the Malaysian navy near the waters around Commodore Reef, one of the disputed features in the Spratly islands (“PH military: Malaysian navy detains three fishermen in South ...

McCain Criticizes China on Trade - SFGate

During a recent speech at the University of Sydney, Arizona GOP senator John McCain called the country of China a "bully" who is using its strength to remake the world to better favor its own needs. McCain went on to say, "China is refusing to open ...

China Approves Plan To Build Observation Network In South China Sea - malaysiandigest.com

BEIJING -- China has approved a plan to build an underwater observation network across the disputed East and South China seas, in yet another provocative move that will anger Beijing's neighbours, the Press Trust of India (PTI) reported citing local media.

McCain calls China a 'bully' in Sydney speech - The Hill

Sen. John McCain · John McCainIt's not too late to 'go green' in changing climate of Washington Trump admits White House staff is source of damaging leaks Ryan, McCain to attend Romney's Utah retreat: report MORE (R-Ariz.) referred to China as a "bully ...

McCain: China a bully in S. China Sea - The Japan News

ReutersSYDNEY (Reuters) — China is behaving like a “bully” with its militarization 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.

Did US Senator John McCain accuse China of stealing others' ideas? - Blasting News

John McCain has some powerful words to say about China, during his recent visit in Sydney. Diana T. D. T.. Follow Following. Curated by Blasting News Editorial Team. Published on: 31 May 2017 31 May 2017. Published on. 31/05/2017. US senator John ...

Trump's big mistake in the South China Sea - The Week Magazine

The South China Sea, at least until last year, was the most important strategic issue in the Asia-Pacific, and certainly in the top five of potential global hotspots. The reasons were obvious. With China flexing its muscles in an effort to dominate one ...

Stay with US, McCain urges Australia - Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

U.S. Sen. John McCain, in a speech Tuesday in Sydney, urged Australia to stick with the U.S., saying a majority of Americans believe that globalization is a good thing. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Google+ Share ...

US Senator John Mccain calls for South China Sea drill to challenge 'bully' China - India Today

Saying that the challenge is that China is acting more like a bully in the Asia-Pacific region, McCain who was the Republican Party nominee in the 2008 US Presidential Election, pressed on the need for the US and Australia to work together when dealing ...

McCain calls China a 'bully' - The Nation

In a remarkably blunt speech, US Sen. John McCain has called China a "bully" who is using its new found strength to remake the world order to better favor its needs, reported CNN. "The challenge is that as China has grown wealthier and stronger, it ...

Joint exploration in South China Sea: Proposal for third silk route - Asianjournal.com

In Beijing, we said we were honoured to be asked to speak before the great Beijing Forum, for we subscribe to the founding principle of President Xi Jin Ping's historic revival and expansion of China's legendary Silk Road—which links today's Europe ...

McCain urges Australia and US to stand up to 'bullying' China - 9news.com.au

China is becoming a bully in the Asia Pacific, former US presidential candidate John McCain has told a Sydney audience. Senator McCain, chairman of the Senate Committee on Armed Services, told a crowd of 500 people gathered at the United States ...