China Flexes Military Muscle, Building 'Very Large Underground Structures' in South China Sea - Breitbart News

A report updated this week suggests that China has continued to build advanced military facilities on illegally seized reefs and artificial islands in the South China Sea, as the anniversary of an international tribunal ruling against China on the ...

China's Military Challenges US by Expanding Island Bases, Report Finds - Newsweek

China has been building new military facilities on artificial islands established in the disputed waters of the South China Sea, a direct challenge to U.S. foreign policy, according to the latest report by a Washington think tank. The U.S. has long ...

China's islets ready for arms - Inquirer.net

Foreign Secretary Alan Cayetano in talks with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Friday. —AP. WASHINGTON— Three of Beijing's outposts on contested South China Sea reefs are close to being ready for the deployment of military ...

China Moves Toward Military Hegemony in South China Sea (PHOTOS) - Sputnik International

China is expanding and enhancing its military presence in the South China Sea, seeding the Spratly Islands with air bases for fighter jets, radars and missile posts with retractable roofs able to fire long-range surface-to-air missiles. "New missile ...

China builds military facilities in Spratlys - Philippine Star

China has built new military facilities on islands in the South China Sea, a US think tank reported on Thursday, a move that could raise tensions with Washington, which has accused Beijing of militarizing the vital waterway. File. WASHINGTON – China ...

South China Sea: Beijing boosts naval power - Modern Diplomacy

ecently on June 28, China launched what it calls the most advanced and largest warship in Asia on Wednesday, billing it as a major step forward in the modernisation of its navy. As the first of the new Type 055 guided-missile destroyers – which have a ...

China Is Building More Military Facilities On The Artificial Islands In Contested Waters - UPROXX

China keeps saying it isn't militarizing the contested waters of the South China Sea, but then it goes and builds more military facilities on artificial islands along crucial trade routes in … you guessed it, the South China Sea. In May, the United ...

Water Wars: Tugs-of-War, Figurative and Literal - Lawfare (blog)

Following last week's U.S.-China Diplomatic and Security Dialogue, the Chinese Foreign Ministry issued a weekend press release highlighting takeaways from the event. Written like a joint statement but delivered only by Beijing, the press release ...

China adds four new missile shelters on South China Sea islands - UPI.com

Since this image of Mischief Reef in the disputed Spratly Islands was taken in 2015, China has built a total of 12 missile shelters in international waters. File Photo courtesy of CSIS Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative/DigitalGlobe ...

US think tank: Weapons system firmed up in Chinese structures in Spratlys - BusinessWorld Online Edition

CHINA “remains committed to developing its power projection capabilities” in the South China Sea, a US think tank reported, as it flagged the Asian power's installing weapons system on major reefs in the disputed waters. This photo taken on April 21 ...

Amidst US - North Korea tension China builds missile sites in South China Sea - Blasting News

As US-North Korean tension rises, China manages to build missile sites in contested islands in the South China Sea. F. Trance. Expert in News. F. Trance. Follow Following. Curated by Edward Arnott. Published on: 30 June 2017 30 June 2017. Published on.

Beijing Plows Ahead in the South China Sea - The American Interest

Over the past three months, China has built four new missile shelters on Fiery Cross, boosting the number of installations on the contested reef to 12, according to satellite images provided to the Financial Times by the Asia Maritime Transparency ...

Report: China Building New Military Facilities in Contested Area of South China Sea - Daily Beast

China has built new military facilities on the contested Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, a U.S. think tank said Thursday. The Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative said missile shelters and radar and communication facilities are visible in new ...

Rising tensions and temperatures in the South China Sea - East Asia Forum

Marine environmental protection and management is an important aspect of climate change adaptation. Coastal and marine habitats — especially coral reefs and wetlands — are bastions against waves, erosion and flooding that are predicted to get more ...

Beijing ready to deploy combat aircraft and mobile missile launchers on South China Sea islands - International Business Times UK

New satellite images show China building new facilities on Fiery Cross, Mischief and Subi Reefs in the Spratly archipelago. By Nandini Krishnamoorthy. June 30, 2017 10:52 BST. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%.

Palace insists on 'non-adversarial' resolution of disputes with China - Newburgh Gazette

The work undertaken by Beijing on these sites "is now complete", according to the center of the Asia maritime transparency initiative (AMTI). AMTI said new satellite photographs showed that China pushed through with its plan to develop its power ...

Chinese build new military facilities in South China Sea - Construction.RU

China is building new launchers for missiles and domes for radars, as well as communication points on the reefs of Fiery Cross, Mischief and Subie in the Spratly Islands of the South China Sea. This conclusion was made by the research center of the ...

Abella: Diplomacy is still PH priority on South China Sea issue - Inquirer.net

The Philippine government will continue to employ a “non-combative” approach in dealing with the South China Sea issue amid a recent report that Beijing has built new military facilities on artificial islands in the disputed region, Malacañang said on ...

China builds new military facilities on Spratly Islands: report - EJ Insight

Beijing has built new military facilities on Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, according to an American think-tank. The Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative (AMTI), part of Washington's Center for Strategic and International Studies, said new ...

Palace insists on 'non-adversarial' resolution of disputes with China | SunStar - Sun.Star

MALACAÑANG said Friday that its position on non-adversarial resolution of territorial disputes between Philippines and China has not changed. Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said President Rodrigo Duterte has been clear to his intent to ...