Category Archives: Geopolitics in the media

China steps up moves in South China Sea

Global Times | 2012-7-4 20:10:03 By Global Times   Editor’s Note: A series of recent China actions, from setting up a military command in Sansha to the announcement by the China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) that it would open … Continue reading

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China may be lonely, but not isolated

Global Times | 2012-6-29 1:05:09 By Global Times The US is currently holding the RIMPAC, which stands for Rim of Pacific Exercise-naval maneuvers involving Pacific countries, in Hawaii with 21 other nations including Russia and India. The number of participants … Continue reading

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China faces long-term regional annoyances

  Global Times | 2012-7-4 0:25:12  By Global Times Philippine President Benigno Aquino III said Monday he may ask the US to deploy spy planes over the South China Sea to help monitor disputed waters in the region. The US … Continue reading

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China patient, not reckless, over islands

  Global Times. | 2012-7-1 20:10:02 By Global Times The China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) recently offered nine blocks in the South China Sea for joint exploration with foreign companies. Meanwhile, Hainan Province announced it would designate four areas … Continue reading

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