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Vietnam, China discuss sea bordersVietnamese and Chinese experts discussed the sea area off the Tonkin Gulf during the fifth expert-level round of negotiations in Ha Noi on February 19 and 20.

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US Congressman condemns China for violating VN`s sovereigntyUS Congressman Eni Faleomavaega has strongly condemned China for violating Vietnam’s sovereignty in the East Sea and called upon the US to make a clear and decisive response to China`s acts.

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More voices condemn China`s illegal actsVietnamese Historian Association criticises China for illegal East Sea acts

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Chinese ships ram Vietnamese vesselsChinese ships intentionally rammed a ship of the Vietnam Marine Police Tuesday morning, in waters within the continental shelf and exclusive economic zone of Vietnam.

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US Congressman condemns China for violating VN`s sovereigntyUS Congressman Eni Faleomavaega has strongly condemned China for violating Vietnam’s sovereignty in the East Sea and called upon the US to make a clear and decisive response to China`s acts.

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China using nine kinds of vessels to protect its illegal rig As of Tuesday, China is using up to 86 vessels to protect the oil rig it has illegally deployed in Vietnamese waters.

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China`s nine-dotted line: a vague claimChina has made its claim about a nine-dash line that stretches along the coastline of a number of countries in the East Sea, covering up to 80 percent of the sea’s area.

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US administration urged to get tough against ChinaThe US opposes acts of coercion, intimidation and non-diplomacy in resolving territorial disputes.

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International court would side with Vietnam: expert Vietnam would undoubtedly win if it took its case to the international court, says former chief of the Government Border Committee Tran Cong Truc, in an interview with Dan Tri.

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East Sea resolution expected from NANational Assembly (NA) Deputy Duong Trung Quoc said that the NA should issue a resolution to deal with issues surrounding the East Sea dispute with China.

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Vietnam has asked the United Nations to take international jurisdiction over the East Sea territorial dispute and put an end to China’s blatant violation of international law and continued provocations in the region.

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China will not endanger trade with Vietnam, experts sayVietnamese economists believe that China will be careful about Vietnam-China trade because the economies of both countries are dependent on each other, while cross-border trade is now the main source of income for the poorest Chinese provinces.

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Social News Headlines 18/6OVs join hands to protect homeland sovereignty

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Vietnamese power sector risks dependence on ChinaVietnam should cease negotiations for long-term electricity contracts with China in order to avoid losses and potential harm to the national economy, according to one economist.

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East Sea tensions warned to get out of controlThe international community has expressed deep concern about escalating tensions in the East Sea caused by China, and several scholars even said the situation may get out of control unless a viable solution is introduced.

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What are China’s plans after the deployment of its HD-981 oil rig?After blatantly anchoring the HD-981 oil rig in Vietnam’s exclusive economic zone and continental shelf, China will continue to take larger steps, experts have predicted.

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China keeps over 100 ships around oil rig areaChina still keeps 110-114 ships of various kinds around its oil rig Haiyang Shiyou – 981 which is illegally standing in Vietnam’s continental shelf and exclusive economic zone, reported the Vietnam Fisheries Surveillance Department on June 27.

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Vietnam warned about the “erodent investment wave” from ChinaChina has never been listed among the biggest foreign investors in Vietnam. However, it has always been a special noteworthy investor.

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Legal remarks for Vietnam’s lawsuit against ChinaThe Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) has legal jurisdiction to intervene in Vietnam`s international disputes and impose sanctions, discipline or an appropriate dispute resolution process in furtherance of a peaceful settlement.

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China `sending mixed signals to Asean`In preparing for the 24th Asean Summit in Myanmar, member states studied ways to respond positively to Chinese Premier Li Keqiang`s October 2013 proposal for an Asean-China Treaty on Good Neighbourliness, Friendship and Cooperation. They also looked at his proposal for the joint construction of a peaceful "Maritime Silk Road for the 21st Century".

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Foreign tourist arrivals on the rise in 2014Visitors from Hong Kong topped the list with the highest rise of 170.2 percent, followed by Germany (114.5 percent), and China (46.9 percent).

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Review 2013: Historic process of demarcation

The Law of the Sea of Vietnam officially took effect on January 1, 2013, creating a legal basis for the management, protection and effective use of the seas, islands and strengthening cooperation with other countries at the time Vietnam is positively integrating into the world.

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A Communist Youth League of China (CYLC) official has reiterated the importantance Chinese officials attach to the upcoming 2nd Vietnam-China Youth Festival involving around 3,000 young Vietnamese.

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China continues using tricks to slander VietnamChinese ships on June 12 continued to encircle and cut off Vietnamese Fisheries Surveillance vessels and then retreat in order to photograph and film misleading footage aimed to make it look like they were being rammed by Vietnamese ships.

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China is trampling on international lawMA. Hoang Viet, a HCM City Law University lecturer has performed an in-depth analysis of China’s “expansion” ambitions in the East Sea, concluding they are a proposition that borders on the absurd.

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China still adds fuel to East Sea hot spotDespite incessantly asserting it desires peace and does not want to complicate the situation, China continues to blatantly doublespeak in attempts to change the status quo in defiance of all.

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China uses tricks to illegally claim sovereignty: expertIn a recent interview with Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper, Chairman of the Vietnam Oil and Gas Association, Dr. Ngo Thuong San said that China is playing a trick to illegally claim its sovereignty over Vietnam’s waters in the East Sea.

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NA anticipates possible economic punishments from ChinaAmid the East Sea dispute, many National Assembly (NA) deputies have suggested that Vietnam take on a policy that would make it less economically dependent on China.

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