China’s territorial grab in the South China Seas

China has created over 2,000 acres of artificial islands so that they could use it to station their air and maritime assets to ultimately control the movement of traffic in those busy waterways. The Philippines and Vietnam are greatly perturbed by these aggressive Chinese actions.

Secretary of State, John Kerry has implores on China to peacefully resolved according to international law.[1]

[1]Gordon, Michael R. New York Times,Kerry urges Beijing to halt actions in South China Sea, August 6th 2015


Bill Ganapathy is a semi-retired, aspiring blogger and journalist based in Arizona, USA. Bill, a former sailor in the greek shipping fleet and photographer on the Italian luxury cruise liner "Achille Lauro". Active participant in foreign affairs, Bill was a past member of the Young Entrepreneurs wing of the Foreign Policy Association in New York. Bill has widely traveled the globe from Asia, Europe, and the USA. He Graduated B.A. (Hons) from Bangalore University, Bangalore, India and also holds Academic certification in International Relations, from Phoenix College, Phoenix, AZ, USA.

'China’s territorial grab in the South China Seas' have 1 comment

  1. January 27, 2016 @ 8:06 am

    China is actively building a slew of islands throughout the South China Sea which will almost certainly be heavily militarized, as well as procuring unique, long-range capabilities that are aimed at enforcing their extra-territorial claims there.


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