China rejects 'ridiculous' U.S. accusation of South China Sea militarization

China rejects 'ridiculous' U.S. accusation of South China Sea militarizationU.S. assertions that China is militarizing the South China Sea are “ridiculous”, China said on Thursday, after U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Washington would confront China’s actions in the disputed waterways. Mattis said on Tuesday the United States would push back against what it sees as China’s militarization of islands in the South China Sea despite China’s condemnation of a voyage through the region on the weekend by two U.S. Navy ships.


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Mattis: US Will Confront China on Militarization of Islands

  1. Mattis: US Will Confront China on Militarization of Islands  Military.com
  2. Duterte’s South China Sea Flip-Flops Will Put The Philippines In A Place It Doesn’t Want To Be  Forbes
  3. US plans ‘steady drumbeat’ of exercises in South China Sea, Mattis says  CNN
  4. Subduing China an empty gesture as Trump-shy Asia courts Beijing  The Australian
  5. PH taking prudent, patient, pragmatic approach’ to China’s militarization  Manila Bulletin
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Mattis: US will confront China on militarization of islands

  1. Mattis: US will confront China on militarization of islands  Yahoo News
  2. Mattis Says China Is ‘Out of Step’ With International Law  Wall Street Journal
  3. US Navy: Chinese warships maneuvered in “unprofessional” manner  CBS News
  4. US Navy says China confrontation was ‘safe but unprofessional’ as Philippines threatens war over resource dispute  NEWS.com.au
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US criticizes China's militarization of disputed waters

  1. US criticizes China’s militarization of disputed waters  ABC News
  2. China first home-built aircraft carrier completes sea trials  New Jersey Herald
  3. Senate must make stand on Chinese activity in West Philippine Sea, Drilon says  Philippine Star
  4. Asia in 3 minutes: naughty Chinese tourists in Vietnam; naughty monkeys in Thailand  South China Morning Post
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White House warns China on growing militarization in South China Sea

  1. White House warns China on growing militarization in South China Sea  fox2now.com
  2. US says there will be consequences for Beijing allegedly moving anti-ship missiles to the South China Sea  Business Insider
  3. South China Sea missiles a concern: Bishop  Yahoo News
  4. Vietnam | The Irish Times  The Irish Times
  5. China quietly installed defensive missile systems on strategic Spratly Islands in hotly contested South China Sea  CNBC
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White House warns China on growing militarization in South China Sea

  1. White House warns China on growing militarization in South China Sea  CNN
  2. White House warns of ‘consequences’ for defense build-up in South China Sea  Politico
  3. China deploys cruise missiles on South China Sea outposts – reports  The Guardian
  4. China Installed Military Jamming Equipment on Spratly Islands, US Says  Wall Street Journal
  5. China has right to peaceful activities in South China Sea: FM  Global Times
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U.S. says will be consequences for China's South China Sea militarization

U.S. says will be consequences for China's South China Sea militarizationBy David Brunnstrom and Idrees Ali WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States has raised concerns with China about its latest militarization of the South China Sea and there will be near-term and long-term consequences, the White House said on Thursday. U.S. news network CNBC reported on Wednesday that China had installed anti-ship cruise missiles and surface-to-air missile systems on three outposts in the South China Sea. Asked about the report, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told a regular news briefing: “We’re well aware of China’s militarization of the South China Sea.


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White House warns China: There will be 'consequences' for militarization of South China Sea

  1. White House warns China: There will be ‘consequences’ for militarization of South China Sea  CNBC
  2. White House warns of ‘consequences’ for defense build-up in South China Sea  Politico
  3. Beijing reportedly challenges US, lays strong implicit threat with anti-ship missiles in the South China Sea  Business Insider
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John Moore's 'Undocumented': Immigration at and militarization of the U.S.-Mexico border

John Moore's 'Undocumented': Immigration at and militarization of the U.S.-Mexico border

Since 2010, Getty Images special correspondent John Moore has focused on U.S. immigration, creating a comprehensive photographic record of undocumented immigration and the militarization of the U.S.-Mexico border.

With exclusive access to immigrants at all points of their journeys, ICE agents, border patrol agents, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and dozens of NGOs here and abroad, Moore’s Undocumented  (Powerhouse Books) is a deeply researched perspective of a complex issue.

For its broad scope and compassionate storytelling, Moore’s body of work is an essential record of U.S. immigration. Undocumented features essays and photos from Central America and Mexico about the journey north, the border and securing the  frontier, life in a divided nation, and the experience of being detained and deported.

Undocumented also features several portrait series, including undocumented migrants, prisoners in immigration jails, and new American citizens.

John Moore is a special correspondent for Getty Images. He has taken photographs in 65 countries on six continents and was posted internationally for 17 years — first in Nicaragua, then India, South Africa, Mexico, Egypt and Pakistan. He returned to the U.S. in 2008.​

Moore has won top awards throughout his career, including the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography, World Press Photo honors, the John Faber Award and the Robert Capa Gold Medal from the Overseas Press Club, Photographer of the Year from Pictures of the Year International, the NPPA and Sony World Photography Organization. Moore is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, where he studied radio, television and film. He lives with his family in Stamford, Conn.

Undocumented by John Moore will have its exhibition opening, book signing and a talk on May 1, 2018, at 7 p.m. at the Half King Photo Series. It will be led by Anna Van Lenten, curator of the Half King Photography Series. The exhibition will run until June 17.  A limited number of signed book copies will be available for $50, with proceeds going to the Chris Hondros Fund (cash only).

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