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ASEAN members and regional power China agreed to begin talks on a Code of Conduct on the South China Sea. Malacañang says President Duterte wants it legally binding.

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Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque however notes, that the Hague arbitral ruling may not be mentioned in the code of conduct.

about 1 week ago

Despite the return of a passage that could reference the arbitral tribunal ruling, the 31st ASEAN Summit Chairman's statement still 'plays safe,' a maritime expert said.

about 1 week ago

In a departure from the previous Chairman's statement, the document brought back a revision that could reference the arbitral ruling favoring the Philippines' claim.

about 1 week ago

As the Philippines ends its chairmanship of ASEAN negotiations begin on rules that will govern activities in the South China Sea. The Code of Conduct will address the maritime row among four ASEAN member nations, as well as Taiwan, and China. But one analyst is not optimistic about a resolution to the conflicting claims.

about 1 week ago

It's not just the long weekend.

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President Rodrigo Duterte claimed the Philippines was not ready to go to war.

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The South China Sea dispute has polarized the 10 member nations of the ASEAN. And year after year the ASEAN Summit is one venue to tackle that. But how will the Philippines, as this year's chairman, handle things?

about 1 week ago

Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque said the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and China agreed to start negotiations on a South China Sea code of conduct during the 20th ASEAN-China Summit.

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The direct hotline is aimed to promote cooperation and partnership between the two countries.