Ma Shikun, Senior Journalist, the People’s Daily
Jul 24, 2015
By Taking China to the International Court over Huangyuan Island, the Philippines makes trouble out of nothing.
James Holmes, Professor, US Naval War College
Jul 04, 2013
The dispute over territory in the South China Sea has become a flashpoint for Asian regional politics. China’s policy has used both big and small-stick diplomacy to assert its claim to the region. In doing so, it has formed a new normality for the region.
Zhao Xiaozhuo, Deputy director, PLA Academy of Military Science
Sep 01, 2012
Considering the dominant position that the US alliance system has enjoyed in regional Asian security affairs, Asia-Pacific division can be expected, which will be a disaster not only for China, but also for the US, its regional allies and the world as a whole.
May 30, 2012
Over one month has passed since the China-Philippines standoff over Huangyan Island (Scarborough shoal) started on 10 April 2012. The Philippines’ biggest nava
May 15, 2012
It has been almost one month since the standoff started on April 10, 2012 between the Philippines and China at the waters around at Huangyan Island (Scarborough
Li Yan, Deputy Director of Institute of American Studies, CICIR
May 10, 2012
The standoff between China and the Philippines over Huangyan Island has lasted for nearly a month and there are no signs of a compromise. Compared to other conf
Yang Yi, Former Director, University of National Defense
May 06, 2012
The recent crisis around Huangyan island, where ships from China and the Philippines are in a stalemate against each other, is only one of the challenges the Philippines raised against China over the territorial dispute in the South China Sea.
Wu Shicun, President, China Institute of South China Sea Studies
May 05, 2012
Starting on April 10th, China and the Philippines became embroiled in a standoff in disputed waters in the South China Sea. The standoff occurred when eight Chinese fishing boats, while taking refuge in a lagoon near Huangyan Island due to harsh weather, were harassed by the Philippine largest warship Gregorio del Pilar.
Fidel Ramos, Member, ASEAN Eminent Persons Group
Jul 26, 2011
One of the main sources of tension in Asia nowadays are the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, where the Philippines, Vietnam, China, and others have confl