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Indonesian Minister of Foreign Affairs Retno Marsudi has called all parties to respect international laws in response to the recent escalating tensions in the East Sea.

China arranges matrix to entice international scholars

Some researchers previously showed objective viewpoints in their studies, but now they write articles supporting China’s illegal claims in the East Sea, said Tran Huu Thuy Giang, PhD student at the Southern Cross University, Australia.

Indonesia asks China to clarify East Sea claims

 Indonesia has asked China to clarify its claims over the East Sea but has yet to receive a response, the Foreign Ministry said on November 12, a day after Indonesia's security chief said Jakarta could take Beijing to court over an island dispute.

India’s role in solving East Sea disputes

On the occasion of PM Nguyen Tan Dung’s visit to India, VietNamNet talks with Prof. Srikanth Kondapalli from the Jawaharlal Nehru University (India) about the new policy of Indian PM Narendra Modi, India's role in resolving disputes in the East Sea.

Int'l experts urge ASEAN unity to settle sea disputes

Exploitation of seabed oil and gas resources is one of several major contentious issues complicating the tense East Sea situation, a retired US diplomat said at an international conference held at Ton Duc Thang University in HCMC over the weekend.

The China-Philippines dispute in the East Sea

Aside from Vietnam, China has maritime disputes with Philippines, Taiwan, Indonesia, Brunei and Malaysia in the East Sea. To further understand China's ambition and plot, VietNamNet give you a panorama of the dispute between China and Philippines. 

Legal solution essential for East Sea disputes

 International public opinion share the view that the escalating tension in the East Sea can not be ignored.