Netflix removes TV series with images violating Vietnam’s sovereignty Society

Netflix removes TV series with images violating Vietnam’s sovereignty

The Department of Radio, Television and Electronic Information under the Ministry of Information and Communications said on July 1 that Netflix, Inc., an Internet subscription service for watching television shows and movies, on June 30 had removed Pine Gap, a six-part TV series which have images infringing on Vietnam’s sovereignty over the sea and islands.
Experts: China’s acts in East Sea increase regional tensions World

Experts: China’s acts in East Sea increase regional tensions

Dr. Le Hong Hiep from the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore has said China’s recent acts in the East Sea has made the regional situation more tense and uncertain, thus hindering negotiations on a Code of Conduct in the East Sea (COC).
Indonesia to send fishermen to Natuna waters World

Indonesia to send fishermen to Natuna waters

Indonesia is to send around 120 fishermen from the island of Java to the Natuna islands in the Riau Islands Province, said Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Mohammad Mahfud on January 6.
Indonesia rejects China’s claims over Natuna waters World

Indonesia rejects China’s claims over Natuna waters

Indonesia has dismissed China’s invitation to sit down for a dialogue to “manage disputes” over Indonesia’s exclusive economic zones (EEZ) in the North Natuna Sea, arguing that there are no overlapping claims there.
Vietnam advised to seek stronger int’l support in East Sea issues Society

Vietnam advised to seek stronger int’l support in East Sea issues

Vietnam should make greater efforts to get stronger support from the international community in the South China Sea (called the East Sea in Vietnam) issues and hold more activities similar to South China Sea International Conferences, a leading foreign expert has suggested.
Moscow workshop seeks solutions to East Sea disputes World

Moscow workshop seeks solutions to East Sea disputes

The International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL) and the Peace Foundation of Russia have jointly held an international workshop in Moscow to discuss the current situation in the East Sea and feasible solutions to disputes.
Vietnam respects countries’ rights in East Sea: diplomat Politics

Vietnam respects countries’ rights in East Sea: diplomat

Vietnam has respected rights of countries in the East Sea, including overflight and navigation freedom and trade without restriction, in line with the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (1982 UNCLOS), said Vietnamese Ambassador to India Ton Sinh Thanh.
Philippines urges China to respect rule of law World

Philippines urges China to respect rule of law

Philippine Foreign Minister Perfecto Yasay on August 11 called on China to respect maritime law and security as well as the rule of law to resolve disputes in both the East Sea and the East China Sea.
PCA’s July 12 ruling continues to get support World

PCA’s July 12 ruling continues to get support

The ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration on July 12 is a proper judgment and in conformity with the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, stated former Indian Vice Admiral Shekhar Sinha.