Monday, August 17, 2015
West Philippine Sea
Recently it’s been a big issue about China claiming most of the South China Sea, overlapping with areas the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia, Vietnam and Taiwan consider to be their territory. 

China has been pouring massive amounts of sand to broaden and fortify small reefs and construct facilities in the area, defending the meant to encourage maritime and navigational security and scientific research as well as having military purposes.

The UK depends on global sea lanes for the delivery of 95 percent of its trade and has a strong interest in the constancy of the South China Sea region. The matter should be addressed in a way which is consist with the long-term peace and solidity of the region, a high-level talks ahead of a designed is indeed to solve the disputed area.


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