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Historical Maps back up Vietnamese Claims on Paracel & Spratly Islands – Part II

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[Documents] I. Dai Nam Nhat thong Toan do / Complete Map of Unified Great Viet Nam (1838) This is the map of Viet Nam under the Nguyen dynasty made in 1838. On the map there were two names “Hoang Sa” (Paracels) and “Van Ly Truong Sa” (Spratlys) belonging to the territory of Viet Nam. Dai […]

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Historical Maps back up Vietnamese Claims on Paracel & Spratly Islands – Part I

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[Documents] I. Map drawn by Jodocus Hondius in 1613 The map drawn by Jodocus Hondius in 1613 depicted the Pracel archipelago (Hoang Sa), including all islands of Viet Nam from southern Bac Bo Gulf to the end of Viet Nam’s southern waters, except for Pulo Condor (Con Dao) and Pulo Cici (Phu Quoc island) which […]

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Philippine-Chinese Standoff in South China Sea

By   /  December 12, 2012  /  Media, South China Sea, Uncategorized  /  Comments Off on Philippine-Chinese Standoff in South China Sea

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[Video] Stratfor Director of Military Analysis Nate Hughes examines the Philippine and Chinese approaches to solving the South China Sea problem during a standoff near a disputed island.   Source: STRATFOR

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