Lưu trữ theo thẻ: Biển Đông

Bài học không cũ từ bãi cạn Scarborough

30/03/2021 11:06 GMT+7

TTO – Sự kiện bãi cạn Scarborough năm 2012 chỉ là vấn đề của Philippines và Trung Quốc. Sự kiện hơn 200 “tàu cá” Trung Quốc có mặt ở đá Ba Đầu hiện nay là vấn đề lớn hơn thế nhiều.

Đá Ba đầuBiển Đông: Trung Quốc sẽ diễn lại kịch bản “Vành Khăn” tại Đá Ba Đầu?

Không chỉ Trung Quốc và Philippines, Việt Nam cũng tuyên bố chủ quyền đối với đá Ba Đầu. Câu hỏi đặt ra là liệu Trung Quốc có ngang nhiên biến Ba Đầu thành sự kiện bãi cạn Scarborough thứ hai hay không?

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Vietnam demands China end East Sea violations

By Vu Anh   March 25, 2021 | 08:28 pm GMT+7 VNExpressVietnam demands China end East Sea violationsThe Grierson Reef of the Spratly Islands. Photo by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).Chinese vessels operating near the Spratly Islands is a serious violation of Vietnam’s sovereignty and must be ended, Vietnam has demanded.

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US backs Philippines in standoff over South China Sea reef

The United States said it’s backing the Philippines in a new standoff with Beijing in the disputed South China Sea, where Manila has asked a Chinese fishing flotilla to leave a reef.China ignored the call, insisting it owns the offshore territory.The US Embassy said it shared the concerns of the Philippines and accused China of using “maritime militia to intimidate, provoke, and threaten other nations, which undermines peace and security in the region.”“We stand with the Philippines, our oldest treaty ally in Asia,” the US Embassy in Manila said in a statement.

READ MORE: US, China spar in first face-to-face meeting under Biden

In this March 7, 2021, photo provided by the Philippine Coast Guard/National Task Force-West Philippine Sea, some of the 220 Chinese vessels are seen moored at Whitsun Reef, South China Sea. The Philippine government expressed concern after spotting more than 200 Chinese fishing vessels it believed were crewed by militias at a reef claimed by both countries in the South China Sea, but it did not immediately lodge a protest. (Philippine Coast Guard/National Task Force-West Philippine Sea via AP) (Philippine Coast Guard via AP)

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What should Vietnam do to ensure China’s proper behavior in the East Sea?

Dear brothers and sisters,

The world obviously is fed up with China’s belligerence and lawlessness in the oceans (The East Sea, Yellow sea, East China sea and maybe a bunch of other seas including Artic Ocean). So the world powers (USA, Australia, Japan, India, French, Britain, Germany… and maybe more to come) are getting together to form an alliance to deal with China.

Vietnam is the country affected most by China’s behavior, but VN has been very quiet about it. This is probably because Vietnam has the policy of “being friends of all nations” and “whatever happens, we still need to live in peace with our neighbor China.”

What else do you think Vietnam should do now, to ensure China’s proper behavior in the East Sea? Đọc tiếp What should Vietnam do to ensure China’s proper behavior in the East Sea?

Biển Đông: Lợi ích chung, không thể hành động riêng

DANH ĐỨC 15/3/2021 7:00 GMT+7 TTCT – Trong khi Hoa Kỳ vẫn đóng vai trò chủ chốt trong các nỗ lực duy trì một Biển Đông mở và tự do cho thương mại và hàng hải, nhiều quốc gia khác đang sốt sắng nhập cuộc. Tháng 3-2021 bắt đầu bằng những phô phang sức mạnh của Trung Quốc qua cuộc tập trận của hải quân nước này ở một khu vực phía tây bán đảo Lôi Châu thuộc cực nam tỉnh Quảng Đông, phía tây nhìn ra vịnh Bắc Bộ, phía nam cách đảo/tỉnh Hải Nam 30km qua eo biển Quỳnh Châu, và phía đông nhìn ra Biển Đông.
USS Nimitz, một trong những tàu sân bay của Mỹ từng có mặt trên Biển Đông. -Ảnh: The Japan Times
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Beijing bolsters the role of the China Coast Guard

Coast Guards' Role in the South China Sea – The Diplomat


Beijing’s South China Sea moves have ramped up with the passing of a law allowing the China Coast Guard (CCG) to fire on what it identifies as illegal foreign vessels in waters under its jurisdiction. By virtue of China’s nine-dash line claim, this law applies to the entire South China Sea. Given that China’s claims are opposed by other South China Sea claimants as well as numerous non-claimant countries, the law has proven controversial and raises concerns over whether it will increase the risk of confrontation and conflict in the disputed waters.

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Germany to send 1st warship through South China Sea in nearly 2 decades

Taiwan News

German frigate’s forthcoming transit comes as Western allies step up ‘freedom of navigation’ passages in disputed sea

German Sachsen-class frigate the Hamburg (Bundeswehr photo)

German Sachsen-class frigate the Hamburg (Bundeswehr photo)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A German frigate will traverse the South China Sea this summer for the first time since 2002, German officials confirmed Tuesday (March 1).

Officials in the country’s defense and foreign ministries told Reuters that the frigate, scheduled to embark on a trip to Asia in August, will traverse the South China Sea on the return leg of its journey.

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Kíp tàu ngầm đầu tiên của Việt Nam – những câu chuyện bây giờ mới kể

TTO – Đúng 9h ngày 2-6-2017, lần đầu tiên trong lịch sử Hải quân nhân dân Việt Nam và cả Tổ quốc, quả tên lửa phóng đi từ tàu ngầm bắn trúng trực tiếp mục tiêu, ghi dấu mốc đầy tự hào với kíp tàu ngầm lớp kilo 636 số hiệu 182-Hà Nội.

Đây cũng chính là kíp tàu ngầm đầu tiên được đi Nga học.

Nhớ lại những dấu mốc không thể nào quên với tàu ngầm kilo số hiệu 182, thiếu tá Nguyễn Trọng Khôi, thuyền trưởng tàu ngầm mang tên thủ đô Hà Nội, nói: “Khi bước chân sang Nga học, chúng tôi đã quyết tâm học, không chỉ vì danh dự của mỗi cá nhân mà còn học vì Tổ quốc”.

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Chinese Assessment of New U.S. Naval Strategy

Chinese Assessment of New U.S. Naval Strategy - USNI News

February 19, 2021 10:28 AM USNI News

The following is a translation of the National Institute for South China Sea Studies assessment of the recently released U.S. maritime strategy, Advantage at Sea: Prevailing with Integrated All-Domain Naval Power. The China Maritime Studies Institute at the U.S. Naval War College made the translation.

The Prelude to All-Encompassing Maritime Competition Between China and the U.S. is about to Begin—An Appraisal of America’s Newest Maritime Strategy

By Shi Xiaoqin and Liu Xiaobo

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How the United States Can Effectively Contain China

Kết quả hình ảnh cho china and us

Daniel HoffmanHARVAFRD’s Belfer Center

| May 21, 2020

Pluralism and freedom vs. Communist autocracy

During his Senate confirmation hearing last week to be the next director of national intelligence, Texas Republican Rep. John Ratcliffe emphasized China is this country’s “greatest threat actor,” a status only confirmed by rising acrimony over Beijing’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic. But though tensions are rising in the South China Sea, where U.S. Navy missions challenge China’s unsubstantiated claims of hegemony over the region, an actual war between the two powers appears unlikely.

But are the United States and China on a path to a new Cold War?

The heart of U.S.-China conflict is in the realm of ideas. Democratic principles of liberty, pluralism and freedom are antithetical to China’s autocratic Communist state and Chinese President Xi Jinping’s expanding cult of personality. Through its ubiquitous state surveillance and “Great Firewall” on online dissent, China seeks to deny its citizens freedom of expression and access to the outside world.

East Sea: What is gray zone? (Maritime Gray Zone Tactics: The Argument for Reviewing the 1951 U.S.-Philippines Mutual Defense Treaty)

By Adrien Chorn and Monica Michiko Sato – October 1, 2019, CSIS

Kết quả hình ảnh cho East Sea: What is gray zone? (Maritime Gray Zone Tactics: The Argument for Reviewing the 1951 U.S.-Philippines Mutual Defense Treaty)

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On August 31, 1951, representatives of the United States and the Republic of the Philippines signed the Mutual Defense Treaty (MDT) in Washington. In recognition that “an armed attack in the Pacific Area on either of the Parties would be dangerous to [the] peace and safety” of both countries, the treaty declared that each state would “act to meet the common dangers in accordance with its constitutional processes.”i However, like most conventional defense treaties and standards, the MDT is not clear about the increasingly common unconventional gray zone threats that skirt the definition of war to avoid prompting a kinetic response. Since its inception, the United States’ commitment to the MDT regarding attacks on Philippine assets in contested waters in the South China Sea has been unclear. 

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