Trump, China and the South China Sea: Will Tensions Grow?
Saturday, 14 January 2017 If the weeks before President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration are any indication, the South China Sea could be a potential flashpoint in 2017. And how Trump decides to push back against a more forceful China could result in escalated tensions. VOA State Department Correspondent Nike Ching reports.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump says China is glad he’s seeking a diplomatic solution to the North Korean crisis rather than “going with the... Seattle Times - Front PageAlso reported by •NPR •New Zealand Herald
A look at recent developments in the South China Sea, where China is pitted against smaller neighbors in multiple disputes over islands, coral reefs and lagoons... FOXNews.com - WorldAlso reported by •Al Jazeera •OilPrice.com •S.China Morning Post
BANGKOK (AP) — Shares were mixed in Asia on Tuesday following a lackluster day on Wall Street. Investors are keeping a close eye on tensions over trade... SeattlePI.com - BusinessAlso reported by •WorldNews •OilPrice.com •S.China Morning Post
On Sunday, Reuters reported that the potential for a U.S.-China trade war and frustration over U.S. President Donald Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs, are expected to dominate discussions in a.. Source: Wochit Business -
South Korean Foreign Affairs Minister Kang Kyung-wha told a U.S. news program Seoul was "surprised" by how quickly U.S. President Donald Trump agreed to a summit meeting with the leader of North Korea... Source: Reuters Studio -
South Korean Foreign Affairs Minister Kang Kyung-wha told a U.S. news program Seoul was "surprised" by how quickly U.S. President Donald Trump agreed to a summit meeting with the leader of.. Source: News Video Online -
On Saturday, China’s Foreign Ministry expressed its “resolute opposition” after U.S. President Donald Trump signed legislation that encourages the United States to send senior officials to Taiwan.. Source: Wochit -