China's second aircraft carrier—its first domestically produced one—set sail for its latest sea trials on Tuesday.
Author, commentator and Newsweek columnist Gordon G. Chang debates NYU School of Law professor and Council on Foreign Relations adjunct senior fellow Jerome Cohen.
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The South China Sea remains tense amid disputes regarding Beijing's territorial claims over the region's busy shipping routes and potentially lucrative natural resources.
China is said to have told its military not to fire first in the South China Sea as tensions with the U.S. rise over the disputed waters.
The South China Sea has emerged as a flashpoint between China and the U.S., amid Beijing's efforts to fully control the disputed region.
President issued his statement on China as tensions increased between the countries over a territorial dispute.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday that the U.S. does not recognize most of Beijing's territorial claims in the disputed South China Sea.
The U.S. must combat Beijing's attempted takeover of leading international organizations.
The U.S. conducted military drills in the area over July 4th and Beijing said Washington had "ulterior motives" for doing so.
Beijing is conducting its own military drills in the region near the disputed Paracel Islands.
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The U.S. Navy told Newsweek that "all interactions that occurred were in accordance with maritime norms."
The incident occurred in the contested South China Sea, where the U.S. military conducts "freedom of navigation" operations in waters claimed by Beijing.
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Malaysia follows Vietnam, which pulled the movie from theaters earlier this week, protesting a contentious boundary displayed on a map in the DreamWorks production.
Retired Admiral William McRaven said the U.S. must recognize that its military superiority over China is at risk of disappearing.
The bombastic president said he would be willing to support Washington if war broke out with Beijing in the South China Sea.
A Pentagon spokesperson said China's actions are "contrary to its claim to want to bring peace to the region."
A Chinese ship reportedly rammed a Filipino fishing vessel and left the crew in the water.
The legislation would force the government to seize financial assets and revoke or deny visas of individuals involved in expansionary Chinese policy.
A Global Times op-ed said the U.S. is "far more sensitive than its allies."
The Global Times warned that the U.S. would be "bound to pay the price" if it acts aggressively over Taiwan.
"We need to carefully plan the overall development of the islands and reefs based on their different functions, taking into account their complementary relationship," a Communist Party official said.
"The relevant actions of the U.S. warships violated Chinese sovereignty," a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said.