China is 'strongly dissatisfied at the G7 summit gesticulating over the issues of the East and South China seas under the guise of international law'
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The annual drills are Taiwan's biggest military exercise and mocked up a scenario in which Chinese troops launched an amphibious assault
(3rd UPDATE) China claims the USS Dewey 'trespassed' in its territorial waters
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(UPDATED) A classified transcript obtained by Rappler via US-based The Intercept, shows that President Rodrigo Duterte views North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un as the 'madman' of this generation
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'The context was not threatening each other that we'll go to war,' Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano says
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All official maps and charts of the Philippines will now use the name 'Philippine Rise' to refer to the 13-million-hectare underwater plateau near Aurora
Senator Paolo Benigno Aquino IV asks why the Philippines is rejecting the European Union's supposed interference, but allowing China to make threats
Taiwan does not receive an invitation to the World Health Assembly in Geneva for the first time in 8 years
This comes after China reportedly threatened the Philippines with war if it 'forces the issue' of the arbitral ruling on the South China Sea
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China lifts a ban on 27 Philippine tropical fruit export companies after President Rodrigo Duterte declared his 'separation' from the United States during a visit to Beijing in October
The losses are comparable to the number of US assets lost in the Soviet Union and Russia because of the betrayals of two infamous spies, Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen
Former foreign secretary Albert del Rosario also says China 'has strongly declared that it is might that will trump what is right'
'Related remarks from the US side are inconsistent with fact,' says the Chinese Ministry of Defense
The US aircraft, a WC-135 Constant Phoenix, is conducting a 'routine mission' in international airspace on May 17 when it was intercepted by two Chinese Sukhoi SU-30 fighter aircraft, the Air Force says in a statement
Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano also praises China and Japan for helping the Philippines 'without conditions'
(UPDATED) The Philippine President claims he was told by China's Xi Jinping: 'If you force the issue, we will go to war'
The President slams former DFA Secretary Albert del Rosario for criticizing his foreign policy, especially on the South China Sea dispute
The Code of Conduct in the South China Sea should be a non-legally binding 'gentleman's agreement,' Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano says
The two countries are at odds over a group of small uninhabited islands in the East China Sea administered as the Senkakus by Japan but claimed as the Diaoyus by China
Can two long-time allies and another friendly force beat two seemingly allied superpowers?
'We're willing to work with South Korea to preserve the hard-won results, properly handle disputes, put China-South Korea relations back onto a normal track,' says Chinese President Xi Jinping
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Captain Roy Cuesta recounts his ordeal during the 2012 Scarborough Shoal standoff that prompted the Philippines to sue China before an arbitral tribunal in The Hague
The reason? Women who get pregnant but can't produce a marriage certificate face detention.
'The Philippines welcomes the completion of the drafting of the framework of the Code of Conduct,' the DFA says
The tourist faces charges for violating Republic Act 8550 or the Philippine Fisheries Code of 1998
It is part of a raft of legislative measures drafted by China in recent years that grant the government formal authority to crack down on perceived threats to domestic stability, including laws on national security, espionage and cybersecurity
A University of South Wales cybersecurity researcher says that China is particularly vulnerable because majority of the country's computer users rely on pirated software
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The island where the accident took place was part of the small Natuna archipelago, where there have been repeated clashes between Chinese and Indonesian vessels.
'A dictator once mortgaged our future to imperialist powers and bankrupted this nation. We cannot let another dictator do that again.'
Philippine National Police chief Ronald dela Rosa says the possible gift from China comes with no strings attached
Increases from other areas including Southeast Asia are not enough to offset the steep fall in Chinese visitors
Admiral Harry Harris, who heads the Pacific Command, says the international community should act with a sense of urgency