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about 1 day ago

Despite calls for the government to raise the Philippines' claim in the South China Sea during the ASEAN Summit, a draft of the Chairman's statement shows the arbitral ruling won't be directly mentioned.

about 1 day ago

Heads of state and government gather for the first of two ASEAN Summits in Manila this year.

about 5 days ago

One of the military officers onboard the Philippines' flight to Pag-asa Island in the South China Sea on Friday clarified that the Chinese Navy's reported warning to the Philippines' military plane was part of protocol.

about 6 days ago

Pampanga Representative Gloria Macapagal Arroyo gave President Rodrigo Duterte a strategic recommendation on how to approach the issue involving China and the territorial dispute between our countries.

about 1 week ago

Some world leaders say the arbitral ruling is key to the peaceful resolution of disputes in the South China Sea.

about 1 week ago

The arbitral ruling on the South China Sea favoring the Philippines won't be taken up during the bilateral talks with China in May.

about 2 weeks ago

A week after saying he planned to go to the Pag-asa island, President Rodrigo Duterte said on Thursday that he would no longer push through with the visit to preserve good relations with China.

about 2 weeks ago

An expert in maritime law says President Rodrigo Duterte's inconsistent statements on the South China Sea dispute raises concern over economic ties with China

about 2 weeks ago

Despite orders to build structures in the Kalayaan group of islands, President Duterte assured China he has no plans of waging war.