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Chinese actions in East Sea detrimental to COC negotiations

Chinese actions in East Sea detrimental to COC negotiations

VOV.VN - The latest move by China to establish two districts in Vietnamese sovereign territory on the Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes is illegal, will serve only to escalate tensions, and is poised to badly affect negotiations regarding the Code of Conduct in the East Sea, according to a local legal expert.

German institute to host international symposium on East Sea

German institute to host international symposium on East Sea

Disputes in the East Sea after the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA)’s ruling issued in July 2016 will be tabled at an international symposium to be hosted by the Asia-Africa Institute under the Hamburg University from November 24-25.

Philippines to urge China to respect PCA ruling at ASEM Summit

Philippines to urge China to respect PCA ruling at ASEM Summit

The Philippines on July 14 urged China to respect the Permanent Court of Arbitration’s (PCA) ruling that rejected Beijing’s sovereignty claims in the East Sea and said it will raise the issue at the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) Summit, scheduled for July 15-16 in Mongolia.

China releases white book on PCA ruling

China releases white book on PCA ruling

VOV.VN - China has rejected an international ruling on the East Sea, which went in favour of the Philippines, as “null and void” and devoid of any “binding force”.

Maritime security conference opens in Ha Long

Maritime security conference opens in Ha Long

VOV.VN - Around 150 delegates, including international law and maritime security experts, from the EU, China, Japan, Vietnam and other ASEAN countries gathered at a two-day conference underway in Ha Long City, Quang Ninh province.

China’s unilateral actions escalate regional tension

China’s unilateral actions escalate regional tension

China’s “nine-dash line” claim and continued construction of artificial islands on the East Sea are escalating tension and destroying trust between nations in the region, said Boris Vinogradov, Editor-in-chief of Russian-based “Multipolar World” on March 23.

German politician concerned about East Sea situation

German politician concerned about East Sea situation

(VOV) - Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel has expressed concern about recent tensions in the East Sea after China positioned its oil platform Haiyang Shiyou-981 deep inside Vietnam’s exclusive economic zone.

Scholars suggest ways to counter China’s actions

Scholars suggest ways to counter China’s actions

(VOV) - As China has not put forth any persuasive evidence proving sovereignty over the two groups of islands [Spratly and Paracel], Vietnam should use all legal maneuvers available to demonstrate to the world that justice is on their side.

European scholars reject China’s nine-dash line in East Sea

European scholars reject China’s nine-dash line in East Sea

(VOV) - About thirty European scholars attending a recent workshop in Norway refuted China’s groundless claim of the ‘nine-dash line’ or ‘U-shaped line’ in the East Sea, saying it cannot be used for sovereign negotiations.

East Sea workshop warns against global crisis

East Sea workshop warns against global crisis

(VOV) - Scholars attending a workshop in Washington DC on June 3 raised their concern about increased tensions in the East Sea which they said could lead to a global crisis.

Don’t let energy ambition burn itself

Don’t let energy ambition burn itself

(VOV) - With its unilateral deployment of a giant oil drilling rig in Vietnam’s East Sea waters, China has defied international law and caused sovereign disputes with a number of regional countries, in an attempt to fulfil its energy ambition.

Former vice president decries China’s East Sea violations

Former vice president decries China’s East Sea violations

(VOV) - Former Vice President of Vietnam Nguyen Thi Binh has stressed that China’s recent installation of its giant drilling rig Ocean-981 in Vietnam’s territorial waters is a wrongful act that should be condemned publicly.