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    1. Daring to take on China in a territorial dispute in the South China Sea, the Philippines went to an international tribunal for justice, and won big. But it turned out to be a pyrrhic victory.

    2. With G-20's Focus on Europe, Pressure Eases on China

      The Wall Street JournalJul 24 07:55 AM

      China’s economic challenges have taken a back seat to Brexit, Turkey’s coup attempt, recent terror attacks, souring global growth prospects and threats of an Italian banking crisis.

    3. Analysis: China emerges more muscular after ASEAN meetings

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJul 27 03:28 AM

      VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) — Daring to take on China in a territorial dispute in the South China Sea, the Philippines went to an international tribunal for justice, and won big. But it turned out to be a pyrrhic victory.

    4. G-20's Focus Shifts From China to Europe

      The Wall Street JournalJul 23 09:27 PM

      China’s economic challenges have taken a back seat to Brexit, Turkey’s coup attempt, recent terror attacks, souring global growth prospects and threats of an Italian banking crisis.

    5. Turkey's Failed Coup Presents A Unique Opportunity For Investors

      StreetAuthority Network via Yahoo! FinanceJul 27 10:30 AM

      Emerging markets have had a tough few years. Slowing growth in China after the global financial crisis has meant reduced commodity demand and weaker investor sentiment for the group. Then the

    6. Daring to take on China in a territorial dispute in the South China Sea, the Philippines went to an international tribunal for justice and won big. But it turned out to be a pyrrhic victory. Beijing came back with such ferocity and manipulative diplomacy that other Southeast Asian countries that

    7. Stocks in Asia were mixed on Monday, showing little reaction to a failed coup in Turkey, although investors responded to data out of China suggesting that the country’s housing market was expanding at less frenetic pace.

    8. “On 15 July, a group of Turkish military leaders tried to carry out a military coup against the current Turkish president and his government...,” writes Sayed Ghoneim. “[I] believe that Turkey will not be able to achieve political stability and security before the complete elimination of [Islamic State] and the total abandonment of its support to the Muslim Brotherhood. Turkey also needs to have...

    9. Beijing came back with such ferocity and manipulative diplomacy that other Southeast Asian countries that have similar disputes with it are apparently backing down.

    10. Asian stocks mixed on Turkey coup attempt, better China data

      The Canadian Press via Yahoo Canada FinanceJul 18 12:48 AM

      BEIJING, China - Asian stock markets were mostly higher Monday after Wall Street ended the week up, a Turkish military coup failed and China reported better economic data.

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