Sunday, June 26, 2011

VVA Radio Message June 22 - Maritime Security in the Southeast Asian Sea ( South China Sea) - Part 2 (conference hosted by CSIS)

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http://vndcradio.com/dai/ct/lapphapcongdong.mp3

VVA Radio message is in Vietnamese. This audio file is only in effect till June 30, 2011. The news is reported by Voice of Vietnamese Americans' reporter attending the conference. Related news can be found in the links below

References:

http://csis.org/event/maritime-security-south-china-sea

http://csis.org/publication/quintessential-test-asean-centrality-changing-paradigm-south-china-sea

http://csis.org/node/30707/multimedia


Senator John McCain (R-AZ) urged Senate action on the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea at a two-day conference on maritime security in the South China Sea hosted by Ernie Bower, director of the CSIS Southeast Asia Program. During his keynote address, Sen. McCain called China’s aggressive territorial claims in the South China Sea troubling. He warned, however, that the United States should chttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifontinue working toward better relations with China.

Sen. McCain pointed to the economic and strategic importance of U.S. engagement in Southeast Asia, stressing the need to maintain regional balance, preserve freedom of navigation, and support the rules based international system. He urged President Obama and other U.S. leaders to reject isolationist withdrawal and maintain investments in naval defense. Sen. McCain said the United States should support a stronger ASEAN to help resolve problems in the South China Sea.

http://csis.org/node/30707/csis_in_the_news

US ready to arm Philippines amid China tension
US ready to arm Philippines amid China tension

Lachlan Carmichael and Shaun Tandon, AFP News
Jun 23, 2011
Defense and Security, International Security, Military Strategy,http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif Global Strategy
China, South Asia, Southeast Asia


East Sea: Minor moves may become a big deal?

Hoang Phuong, VietnamNet
Jun 23, 2011
International Security, Military Strategy, Global Strategy
South Asia, Southeast Asia

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