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Australia will lend support to a U.S.-led initiative to ensure safe passage for commercial vessels through the Strait of Hormuz, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced Aug. 20, The Japan Times reported.
China is considering a U.S. proposal to ensure safe passage for commercial vessels through the Persian Gulf, dubbed Operation Sentinel, according to China's ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, Reuters reported Aug. 6.
The Arctic's shifting climate has the potential to unlock a host of untapped energy and mineral reserves for Moscow -- and with it, new revenue streams and security risks borne of China's encroaching presence in the region.
South Korea will reportedly send a naval unit currently operating off the Somali coast to the Strait of Hormuz to join a U.S.-led maritime mission to ensure safe passage for commercial vessels, Channel News Asia reported July 29. The South Korean Defense Ministry has not yet confirmed the deployment.
Denmark is considering sending some naval assets to the Persian Gulf as part of a British-led maritime initiative to ensure safe passage for vessels through the Persian Gulf and Strait of Hormuz, Reuters reported July 26.
The Russian Embassy in Seoul has formally denied South Korean claims that Russia's military attache blamed equipment malfunctions for a recent airspace incursion and apologized for the incident, Reuters reported July 23.
One of two militants who carried out a suicide bombing attack on a Philippine military base last month was Filipino. Are Philippine jihadists on the cusp of embracing a tactic they have previously avoided?
The Hong Kong government, facing continuing protests over its unpopular extradition bill and reported to be divided over which steps to take next, is considering a prolonged pause to allow additional discussion, the South China Morning Post reported June 14.
The president of Hong Kong's Legislative Council again postponed a debate on a controversial extradition bill on June 13, with no new date set for its resumption, the South China Morning Post reported.