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US warns of China-Russia cooperation in Arctic

Hürriyet Daily News 23 Jul 2024
... over maritime routes and resources.
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Pentagon Says Russia Deepening Cooperation With China in Arctic

Moscow Times 23 Jul 2024
Defense Department said Monday that Moscow and Beijing are increasing their cooperation in the Arctic as climate change opens the region to greater competition over maritime routes and resources.
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An ‘Indo-Russian’ Eurasia− The Deepening Of Strategic Cooperation

Kashmir Observer 23 Jul 2024
Eurasia is a geopolitical and geographical term referring to the combined landmasses of the Europe and Asian continents including its economic, political, and military resources ... resource rich region.
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Coast Guard intensifies maritime inspections to combat violations

The Daily Tribune - Bahrain 22 Jul 2024
... campaigns to tackle maritime violations and ensure compliance with fishing regulations, aiming to protect marine resources.
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Dock Labour Company Gambia inaugurates multi-million dalasi new complex

The Point 22 Jul 2024
Benom Consul, he said, is a maritime transport consultancy firm, which provides consultancy service and institutional human resources development to the maritime sector in the West African subregion.
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Infra, digital projects under Marcos: Progress slow but steady

The Manila Times 22 Jul 2024
... P1.9 trillion; 16 air transport projects, which are worth P1.1 trillion; 25 urban transportation projects, which are worth P582.3 billion; and five maritime projects, which are worth P209.4 billion.
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RCRA, Marassi Marina Yacht Club, and Felix Maritime Agency sign friendship agreement

Daily News Egypt 21 Jul 2024
This collaboration lays the groundwork for organizing and marketing future regatta events, leveraging combined resources to attract a global audience of competitive sailors, spectators, and maritime industry stakeholders.
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Analyzing the 2016 Arbitral Tribunal decision on the South China Sea dispute

Manila Standard 21 Jul 2024
The area is rich in natural resources and holds strategic maritime importance ... ....
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Kyodo News Digest: July 21, 2024

Kyodo 21 Jul 2024
... to the eastern part of islands some 1,000 kilometers south of Tokyo, enabling the resource-poor country to start research on extracting maritime natural resources such as rare metals from the region.
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Escudero: Amendments to EPIRA, CREATE MORE top Senate’s agenda as it gears up for Congress’ ...

Manila Bulletin 21 Jul 2024
Also included in the Senate’s priority agenda are the Archipelagic Sea Lanes Act to strengthen the country’s sovereignty over its archipelagic waters and maritime resources; amendments to the ...
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Morning Briefing: July 21, 2024

Anadolu Agency 21 Jul 2024
... of the Ogasawara Plateau maritime area as part of its continental shelf to launch research on extracting maritime natural resources, including rare earth minerals, Tokyo-based Kyodo News reported.
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Japan extends continental shelf in search for rare minerals, drawing ire from China

Anadolu Agency 20 Jul 2024
... of the Ogasawara Plateau maritime area as part of its continental shelf to launch research on extracting maritime natural resources, including rare earth minerals, Tokyo-based Kyodo News reported.
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Kyodo News Digest: July 20, 2024

Kyodo 20 Jul 2024
... to the eastern part of islands some 1,000 kilometers south of Tokyo, enabling the resource-poor country to start research on extracting maritime natural resources such as rare metals from the region.
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Japan expands continental shelf eastward for rare metals research

Kyodo 20 Jul 2024
... to the eastern part of islands some 1,000 kilometers south of Tokyo, enabling the resource-poor country to start research on extracting maritime natural resources such as rare metals from the region.
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IMO Council Steps Up Action on Transparency

MarineLink 19 Jul 2024
World Maritime Day theme 2025 and Parallel Event. The Council endorsed the World Maritime Day theme for 2025, which will culminate in the celebration of World Maritime Day on 25 September 2025.

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