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Remarks of China’s Foreign Ministry Spokesperson on US President-Elect Trump’s Tweets and Phone Call with Taiwan Leader

The following are the remarks by China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang at a regular press conference on 5 December 2016, regarding US President-elect Trump’s phone call with Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen as well as his messages on Twitter criticising China’s currency policies and military presence in the South China Sea. Did China ask us if it … Continue reading

New Vietnam PM Says Won’t Pursue Military Buildup in South China Sea

By Martin Petty and Mai Nguyen Reuters, 25 May 2016 Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said on Wednesday his country was not pursuing a military buildup over the South China Sea and would work with allies to seek peaceful solutions to disputes, with no use of force. Speaking in a rare interview with some … Continue reading

Chinese FM: China’s Deployment of Anti-Ship Missiles to Woody Island “is reasonable and justified”

By Sam LaGrone USNI News March 30, 2016 >> See video of HQ-9 and YJ-62 live firing in South China Sea Beijing is defending the deployment of anti-ship cruise missiles to Woody Island in the South China Sea, according to a Wednesday statement from the Chinese foreign ministry. “China’s deployment of national defense facilities on its … Continue reading

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