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ASEAN is divided in the East Sea issue and Vietnam needs to avoid controversy when it takes over the chairmanship 2020.

East Sea: China needs to change behavior for its own sake

Maintaining peace and security in the East Sea and strictly implementing the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) is completely in line with China's interests, and with its important role in the international arena.


National Assembly calls for statement on East Sea

 The East Sea problem became the main focus during the ongoing 11th meeting of the 13th National Assembly with many deputies urging the assembly to officially voice its opinions and suggest action to address the issue.

Will the Permanent Court of Arbitration be able to “strike down” China?

The Permanent Court of Arbitration has ruled that it has sufficient jurisdiction over the case of the Philippines against China in the East Sea disputes. The next hearing starts today in The Hague. VietNamNet talks with Dr. Zachary Abuza.

Vision needed for East Sea stability

The global situation’s impacts on East Sea disputes and recent developments related to the East Sea issue were analysed at an international conference in southern Ba Ria-Vung Tau on November 23.

China is a threat: US scholar

This is the second article in a series written Hoang Huong during her trip to Hawaii, China, the Philippines and Singapore with journalists from 14 countries in the Asia-Pacific region to discuss the East Sea conflict.

China’s East Sea plot – “What is done by night appears by day”

 VietNamNet Bridge - No matter what its excuses, China’s armaments on illegally occupied islands in the East Sea show danger to regional security.