ASEAN Presses China on Maritime Talks

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    It have a big step forward from this Meeting as compare with the last one. Great efforts of some ASEAN countries could be recognised : Indonesia, Malyasia, Singapore ...
     
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    I hope China sees the writing on the wall and give up its unlawful and illogical claims on the east asian property.
     
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    The real problem is Cambodia
     
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    The real problem is not only Cambodia. No one wants to give Vietnam and Phillipine a free ride.
     
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    Free ride? China is the one getting a free ride in ASEAN's continued inaction on that issue. And ASEAN members are slowly waking up to this reality.
     
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    Cookies must be enabled. | The Australian

    Barack Obama, Julia Gillard, Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda and the Philippines Benigno Aquino are expected to speak out against China's attempt to stall "internationalisation" of the region's riskiest territorial dispute.

    The way was opened for them last night when President Aquino publicly rebuffed the move by summit chairman, Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen, to confine discussion of the dispute between ASEAN and China.....
     
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    Actually Phil and Viet already scored a point by convincing ASEAN to press China to sit down on a binding Code of Conduct with ASEAN which China was against.
     
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