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Australian air force patrols over South China Sea now being routinely challenged by Beijing

By David Wroe – The Sydney Morning Herald Australian air force patrols flying over the South China Sea are now being routinely challenged by the Chinese military in a sign of the growing stranglehold Beijing has over the strategically vital waters. The Chief of the Air Force, Air Marshal Leo Davies, said on Wednesday that … Continue reading

The South China Sea Newsletter: Volume 8 (September 2015)

The South China Sea Newsletter: Volume 8; September 2015 Hao Duy Phan   ACTS OF CLAIMANTS 27 September 2015: China might push on with work on South China Sea reefs despite warning from US President Barack Obama China might press on with land reclamation in the South China Sea, Chinese military sources and observers say. … Continue reading

The South China Sea Newsletter: Volume 2 (March 2015)

The South China Sea Newsletter: Volume 2; March 2015 Hao Duy Phan ACTS OF CLAIMANTS 31 March 2015: China’s Plan For ASEAN-China Maritime Cooperation While much attention at the 2015 Boao Forum for Asia this weekend was lavished on China’s 21st Century Maritime Silk Road and other grand proposals, Beijing also held a ceremony on the sidelines … Continue reading

The South China Sea Newsletter: Volume 1 (February 2015)

The South China Sea Newsletter, which starts from March 2015, provides monthly media updates on major events of South China Sea disputes. The newsletter is aimed to keep readers informed on real situation of South China Sea disputes in a systematic way for better understand of the disputes. The newsletter is written by experienced observers and experts on South China Sea disputes. Continue reading

With Air Defense Zone, China is Waging Lawfare

Originally posted on South China Sea:
With Air Defense Zone, China is Waging Lawfare Zachary Keck The Diplomat In essence, the East China Sea ADIZ is part of China’s “lawfare” strategy toward its maritime disputes. “Lawfare,” as used in the context of international warfare, is often attributed to retired Air Force General Charles Dunlap, who…

Caelum Liberam: Air Defense Identification Zones Outside Sovereign Airspace

Originally posted on South China Sea:
Caelum Liberam: Air Defense Identification Zones Outside Sovereign Airspace Peter A. Duntton* American Journal of International Law (2009) With the heightened concerns of states about threats from the air since September11,2001,and the recent resurgence of major military powers, Air Defense Identification Zones (ADIZs), zones in which civil aircraft must…

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