China Inducts 2 Nuclear Submarines And Advanced Vehicle

China is not smiling at all and can do anything to protect her territory.
The south China Sea disputes involve both island and maritime claims among several sovereign states within the region, namely Brune, the people republic of China (PRC), (ROC/Taiwan), Indonesia , Malaysia the Philippines and Vietnam . An estimated US$3.37 trillion worthof global trade passes through the South China Sea annually, which accounts for a third of the global maritime trade. 80 percent of China’s energy imports and 39.5 percent of China’s total trade passes through the South China Sea.
The disputes include the islands, reefs, banks, and other features of the South China Sea, including the islands and various boundaries in the Gulf of Tonkin . There are further disputes, including the waters near the IndonesianNatuna islands which many do not regard as part of the South China Sea.Claimant states are interested in retaining or acquiring the rights to fishing stocks, the exploration and potential exploitation of crude oil and natural gas in the seabed of various parts of the South China Sea, and the strategic control of important shipping lanes.
Since 2013, the People’s Republic of China has resorted to island building in the Spratly Islands and the Paracel Islands region.These actions have been met with a wide international condemnation, and since 2015 the United States and other states .

Recommended For You

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: