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  • Panelo disputes Locsin, Nograles on WPS issue

    Despite the seemingly varying opinions coming from two alter egos of the President, presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo reiterated yesterday that the verbal agreement between President Duterte and Chinese President Xi Jinping remains in force with regard to allowing Chinese fishermen in the West Philippine Sea. by Christina Mendez
  • DND to probe missile test by China in disputed sea

    The Department of National Defense (DND) will investigate the alleged test-firing by the Chinese of ballistic missiles from artificial islands in the South China Sea, Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said yesterday. by Michael Punongbayan
  • Beijing builds a huge ship to 'safeguard' its largest outpost in disputed South China Sea

    China has built a massive supply ship to help it develop the city of Sansha on contested Woody Island. The island, part of the Paracel Islands, is also claimed by Vietnam and Taiwan.

    Mail Online
  • Chinese Admiral: Solve South China Sea Dispute By Sinking Navy Aircraft Carriers

    Dario Leone Security, That means war?  Rear Admiral Lou Yuan, deputy head of the Chinese Academy of Military Sciences, has told an audience in Shenzhen that the ongoing disputes over the ownership of the East and South China Seas could be resolved by sinking two U.S. Navy aircraft carriers. Admiral Lou gave a wide-ranging speech on the state of Sino-U.S. relations. As reported by New Zealand Herald, the high-profile, hawkish military commentator reportedly declared the current trade spat was...

    The National Interest
  • Sea of Shadows

    This unfortunate confluence of circumstances makes Sea of Shadows a grim and rather strange film, part fast-paced eco-thriller and part true crime program.
  • On the shores of sacred seas

    I am amused at the viral satiric posts and memes on social media regarding the “nationality” of the different species of fishes swimming in the West Philippine Seas. by Sara Soliven De Guzman
  • Terror on the high seas

    When vacationers boarded the Achille Lauro in Genoa on Oct. 4, 1985, the promised ports of call included stops in Egypt, Israel, and Greece. But four passengers had their own hellish itinerary. “An Innocent Bystander: The Killing of Leon Klinghoffer” tells the awful story of Palestinian terrorists