south china sea

On 8 March 2014 Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing disappeared over the South China Sea carrying 239 people. Five years later, their loved ones are still seeking answers, and hoping for closure. Groups meet up regularly to seek comfort in each other, campaigners plead with officials for the search to continue, and many refuse to give up hope that their friends and relatives are still alive.
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China is stepping up efforts to build a deep-sea underwater ‘space station’ in the South China Sea. If the plans go ahead
Most eyes may still be on Syria as the epicentre of global tension, but the temperature just rose in South China Sea too where several countries, including China, lay claim to the same waters.
The age of the 24-hour rolling news channel is one in which it would seem almost impossible to miss a beat on world events
For the first time ever, China has held a military parade, complete with its most modern missiles and watched over by 30
A state–run newspaper in Beijing published an editorial on Tuesday calling war between China and the US "inevitable" if Washington
China has constructed a series of artificial islands in a hotly disputed area of the South China Sea, 660 miles from the
In the fog of misinformation that has swirled around the mysterious disappearance of the Malaysian Airlines flight which
Five people checked in but failed to board the doomed Malaysia Airlines flight which is missing over the South China Sea
The Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared over the South China Sea is an "unprecedented missing aircraft mystery", according
With about 1.4 billion mouths to feed, and the number growing every day, Chinese aggression can well be looked on humanitarian grounds too. But then, that would take an entirely different mindset that's removed from black and white approach. When it comes to China, grey seems to be the theme color. And the color grey comes in, probably, a million shades here.
Many of the risks in the year ahead could be the result of what might be characterised as drift. A lack of leadership and political will that leaves nations and regions without a clear strategy to solve serious long-term challenges. And in the sense of drifting apart through a divergence of interests over time.
More than 20 years after a vote in its Senate asked the United States to vacate large-scale military bases in the country
A November 2011 report by the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, a US congressional advisory panel, urged the White House and US Congress to scrutinize China's military expansion and pushed for a tougher stance against, what it dubbed as, anticompetitive Chinese trade policies.
China has begun sea trials of its latest piece of military hardware, a refitted Soviet aircraft carrier that has the potential