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US Intel: Beijing Has Military Gear on Artificial Islands in South China Sea - Sputnik International;

US Intel: Beijing Has Military Gear on Artificial Islands in South China Sea - Sputnik International

Sputnik InternationalUS Intel: Beijing Has Military Gear on Artificial Islands in South China SeaSputnik InternationalThe American spy agency that provides the Pentagon with assistance for the ongoing Pivot to Asia US military strategy has claimed that the artificial islands that China has constructed in the South China Sea are military installations. China has been ...and more »

INSIGHT: How do we engage a hegemonic China? - Jakarta Post;

INSIGHT: How do we engage a hegemonic China? - Jakarta Post

Jakarta PostINSIGHT: How do we engage a hegemonic China?Jakarta PostINSIGHT: How do we engage a hegemonic China? A show of air power – Pilots of the Air Force's Sukhoi SU-30MK2 aircraft walk on a runway after they attended a rehearsal of the 2016 Angkasa Yudha airborne training module at Hang Nadim Airport in ...and more »

We'll uphold freedom of navigation: Shorten - Sky News Australia;

We'll uphold freedom of navigation: Shorten - Sky News Australia

Sky News AustraliaWe'll uphold freedom of navigation: ShortenSky News AustraliaOpposition Leader Bill Shorten has not clarified Labor's position on whether it would allow Australian military operations within 12 nautical miles of artifical islands in the South China Sea. Shadow Defence Minister Richard Marles and Shadow Foreign ...and more »

China berates visiting New Zealand defense chief for stance on South China Sea - InterAksyon;

China berates visiting New Zealand defense chief for stance on South China Sea - InterAksyon

InterAksyonChina berates visiting New Zealand defense chief for stance on South China SeaInterAksyonBEIJING -- China rebuked New Zealand's defense minister at the opening of a high-profile security forum in Beijing on Tuesday, criticizing his stance on tension in the disputed South China Sea, saying countries "not involved" should not interfere.and more »

China Developing World's Smallest Nuclear Reactor For South China Sea Islands: Report - NDTV;

China Developing World's Smallest Nuclear Reactor For South China Sea Islands: Report - NDTV

NDTVChina Developing World's Smallest Nuclear Reactor For South China Sea Islands: ReportNDTVChina is developing the world's smallest nuclear power plant for one of the islands in South China Sea. Beijing: China is developing the world's smallest nuclear power plant which could be installed in one of the islands in the disputed South China Sea ...and more »

Bishop Blasts Opposition Over 'Inconsistent Mutterings' on S. China Sea - Yahoo News;

Bishop Blasts Opposition Over 'Inconsistent Mutterings' on S. China Sea - Yahoo News

Yahoo NewsBishop Blasts Opposition Over 'Inconsistent Mutterings' on S. China SeaYahoo NewsAustralia's foreign minister, Julie Bishop, has blasted the opposition party over its “inconsistent and contradictory” stance on running freedom-of-navigation exercises in the South China Sea. Bishop is the latest coalition MP to attack the Labor Party ...and more »

Shorten dodges South China Sea questions - Yahoo7 News

Shorten dodges South China Sea questionsYahoo7 NewsLabor leader Bill Shorten has avoided backing two of his senior frontbenchers who said a decision on conducting freedom-of-navigation operations in the South China Sea should be left to the military. Asked three times about the comments of his defence ...and more »

Scholar urges China, US to use restraint in South China Sea - The Straits Times

Scholar urges China, US to use restraint in South China SeaThe Straits TimesChina should avoid conducting construction activities on the disputed Scarborough Shoal, influential Chinese scholar Wu Shicun has said, offering a suggestion for Beijing and Washington to lower tensions in the South China Sea. China should also ...and more »

Beijing Reportedly Looking Into Mini Nuke Plant to Power South China Sea Islands - Sputnik International;

Beijing Reportedly Looking Into Mini Nuke Plant to Power South China Sea Islands - Sputnik International

Sputnik InternationalBeijing Reportedly Looking Into Mini Nuke Plant to Power South China Sea IslandsSputnik InternationalBeijing's construction of airstrips and other buildings in the contested Spratly and Paracel islands has been a major point of contention. While the US and its Pacific allies have accused China of attempting to establish an air defense zone, China ...and more »

Maybe all conflicts stem from US imperial agenda: Analyst - Press TV;

Maybe all conflicts stem from US imperial agenda: Analyst - Press TV

Press TVMaybe all conflicts stem from US imperial agenda: AnalystPress TVChina is right about the situation caused by Washington's intervention in the South China Sea, which could “erupt into a very serious war” in that part of the world, says Stephen Lendman, author and radio host. China is well aware of the United States' ...and more »

China may deploy world's smallest nuclear reactor for South China Sea Islands - Daily Pakistan;

China may deploy world's smallest nuclear reactor for South China Sea Islands - Daily Pakistan

Daily PakistanChina may deploy world's smallest nuclear reactor for South China Sea IslandsDaily PakistanBEIJING (Web Desk) – China is developing the world's smallest nuclear power plant, which would fit inside a standard-sized shipping container, could be installed in one of the islands in the disputed South China Sea to supply power to households and is ...and more »

China's South China Sea Island Buildup 'For Military Purposes' - The National Interest Online (blog);

China's South China Sea Island Buildup 'For Military Purposes' - The National Interest Online (blog)

The National Interest Online (blog)China's South China Sea Island Buildup 'For Military Purposes'The National Interest Online (blog)The head of one of America's secret spy agencies recently disclosed that China is seeking to control the South China Sea through the covert development of military facilities on thousands of acres of reclaimed islands. Robert Cardillo, director of the ...and more »

China To Deploy Lead-Cooled Reactors In South China Sea - Nuclear Street - Nuclear Power Plant News, Jobs, and Careers (press release) (blog);

China To Deploy Lead-Cooled Reactors In South China Sea - Nuclear Street - Nuclear Power Plant News, Jobs, and Careers (press release) (blog)

Nuclear Street - Nuclear Power Plant News, Jobs, and Careers (press release) (blog)China To Deploy Lead-Cooled Reactors In South China SeaNuclear Street - Nuclear Power Plant News, Jobs, and Careers (press release) (blog)China is developing the world's smallest nuclear power plant which could be installed in one of the islands in the disputed South China Sea to supply power to households and is capable of running for up to decades without refueling, a media report said ...and more »

China remarks no rebuke, says Brownlee - Radio New Zealand;

China remarks no rebuke, says Brownlee - Radio New Zealand

Radio New ZealandChina remarks no rebuke, says BrownleeRadio New ZealandDefence Minister Gerry Brownlee is disputing a news report which claimed he was rebuked by China for comments made over the South China Sea. no caption. Gerry Brownlee, left, and Fu Ying. Photo: RNZ / AFP. Yesterday in a speech to a security forum in ...and more »

Wikileaks: Hillary Clinton on Chinese Aggression: 'You Can't Blame' China - Breitbart News;

Wikileaks: Hillary Clinton on Chinese Aggression: 'You Can't Blame' China - Breitbart News

Breitbart NewsWikileaks: Hillary Clinton on Chinese Aggression: 'You Can't Blame' ChinaBreitbart NewsIn a private speech shortly after leaving her post as Secretary of State, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton reportedly asserted that China has “a right to assert themselves” with regard to the South China Sea, a region in which the ...and more »

China raps US, Japan, New Zealand for interventions in South China Sea - Manila Bulletin;

China raps US, Japan, New Zealand for interventions in South China Sea - Manila Bulletin

Manila BulletinChina raps US, Japan, New Zealand for interventions in South China SeaManila BulletinBeijing – Japan is “playing with fire” with plans to step up activity in the contested South China Sea through joint training patrols with the United States, China's Defense Ministry said on Thursday, warning it would not sit watching from the sidelines.and more »

China is developing a reactor so tiny that it can fit in a shipping container - Daily Mail;

China is developing a reactor so tiny that it can fit in a shipping container - Daily Mail

Daily MailChina is developing a reactor so tiny that it can fit in a shipping containerDaily MailChina is developing the world's smallest nuclear power station, which could go into operation within five years, according to new reports. The tiny power plant would fit inside a shipping container and could generate 10 megawatts of heat - enough to ...and more »

South China Sea War: China Slams New Zealand For Interfering - Morning Ledger;

South China Sea War: China Slams New Zealand For Interfering - Morning Ledger

Morning LedgerSouth China Sea War: China Slams New Zealand For InterferingMorning LedgerThe South China Sea War could be ignited. The world has taken note that China claims the entire South China Sea. In this area, about $5 trillion worth of trade passes every year. Aside from China, Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam ...and more »

Breaking the Ice in the South China Sea - Project Syndicate

Breaking the Ice in the South China SeaProject SyndicateMANILA – Three months ago, the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague ruled that there was no legal basis for China to claim historic rights to the resources in the West Philippine Sea (also known as the South China Sea), and thus that the ...and more »

China going NUCLEAR in disputed sea: Atomic reactor to be hidden inside SHIPPING CONTAINER - Express.co.uk;

China going NUCLEAR in disputed sea: Atomic reactor to be hidden inside SHIPPING CONTAINER - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukChina going NUCLEAR in disputed sea: Atomic reactor to be hidden inside SHIPPING CONTAINERExpress.co.ukTENSIONS in the South China Sea are set to become nuclear after Beijing unveiled secret plans to float an atomic reactor to the hotly-contested region hidden inside a shipping container. By Tom Batchelor. PUBLISHED: 14:00, Tue, Oct 11, 2016 | UPDATED: ...and more »