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US aircraft carrier strike group redeploys in the South China Sea Tensions over Taiwan increase
Business · Washington

US aircraft carrier strike group redeploys in the South China Sea Tensions over Taiwan increase

55% Left coverage: 20 sources
The USS Ronald Reagan, a Nimitz-class nuclear-powered supercarrier, made its way to the disputed waters following a five-day port call to Singapore. The trip follows remarks this week by China's Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian that Beijing was getting "seriously prepared" for the possibility that Pelosi could visit Taiwan. China claims more than 80% of the South China Sea, one of the world's busiest shipping routes.See the Story
U.S. warns it will defend Philippines if China breaks sea ruling
Asia · Washington

U.S. warns it will defend Philippines if China breaks sea ruling

58% Center coverage: 19 sources
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken renewed a call to China to comply with a 2016 arbitration ruling that invalidated Beijing’s vast claims in the South China Sea. He warned that Washington is obligated to defend treaty ally Philippines if its forces, vessels or aircraft come under attack in the disputed waters. China did not participate in the arbitration, rejected its ruling as a sham and continues to defy it.See the Story
U.S. says Beijing's South China Sea 'provocations' risk major incident
Military · Washington

U.S. says Beijing's South China Sea 'provocations' risk major incident

36% Left coverage: 14 sources
U.S. accuses China of increased provocations against rival claimants to territory in the South China Sea. State Department says it was only a matter of time before a major incident or accident. Chinese aircraft have increasingly engaged in unsafe intercepts of Australian aircraft in international airspace. In three separate incidents in the last few months, Chinese challenged marine research and energy exploration activities within the exclusive economic zone of the Philippines.See the Story

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