More: South China Sea

Trilateral Militarization: From Missiles to Nukes (Part II)

In the Philippines, the proponents of the trilateral alliance frame it as a response to the “threat of assertive China.” In reality, the unwarranted...

Bringing Vietnamese counterinsurgency to the Philippines and South China Sea (Part I)

On Monday, April 11, President Biden hosted a trilateral summit in Washington, DC, at the time of surging tension in the South China Sea....

ASEAN-US and China Triangular Model

ASEAN In the 21st century, the South China Sea has become one of the most strategic and conflict-prone regions. This is due to the traditional...

ASEAN Solidarity Exercise: Navigating South China Sea Dynamics and Regional Stability Challenges

The recently opened ASEAN Solidarity Exercises provide deeper context regarding the dynamics of the South China Sea and serious challenges to regional stability. The...

China’s defense of its sovereignty in the Nine Lines region in the South China Sea

Several countries overlooking the South China Sea, specifically China, Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Brunei, are disputing sovereignty over areas and part of...

Philippines stands up to Chinese “grey zone” bullying

Laser, water cannon, and now a floating barrier – I explain how Manila is mustering the courage to deal with China’s recent “grey zone”...

South China Sea tensions and implications

Tensions in the South China Sea are heating up. Record breaking incursions by Chinese jets and warships into Taiwanese territory, military exercises which simulate...

Laser and Water Cannon Diplomacy in the South China Sea

The South China Sea dispute presents several relatively new phenomena in the modern study of relations among nations. In this seven-country disagreement, we can...

China’s Grey-Zone activities in the South-China Sea region, especially in Taiwan

The People's Republic of China from the time of its creation didn't involve itself in military warfare with other countries, at least not so...

China floating nuclear power plants in South China Sea

China has been toying with the idea of developing floating nuclear power plants for its islands in East Sea and South China Sea. This...

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