Top Chinese officials have signaled that they support “an early adoption of a code of conduct for the South China Sea,” Singapore Defense Minister Ng Eng Hen said May 14 during his kickoff speech here at the International Maritime and Defense Exhibition (Imdex) Asia 2013. Local defense ministers, he says, met earlier this month in Brunei to discuss, among other things, “measures to reduce tensions in the South China Sea, including keeping the channels of communication open so as to avoid ...

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