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US Senator Webb to visit Asia


Democratic US Senator Jim Webb, a critic of China and champion of engaging Myanmar, will visit Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia and Vietnam on an August 12-25 trip, his office announced Wednesday, as quoted by AFP.Webb, who chairs the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific Affairs, is scheduled to meet with heads of state, foreign policy and military officials, as well as business leaders at each stop, his office said.The senator will meet in Thailand with officials from new Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's government as well as with former prime minister Abhisit ...


Include Virginia Provisions in Offshore Energy Bill


Senator Jim Webb today called for the Energy and Natural Resources Committee to incorporate his Virginia Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Energy Production Act in pending offshore energy legislation this week.“Outer Continental Shelf production has strong support among Virginians and their political leadership,” Senator Webb wrote the Committee’s Chairman and Ranking Member. “I look forward to working with you to ensure that all of Virginia’s OCS energy resources are developed in a timely fashion, through a fair distribution of revenues between the federal and state ...


Senator Webb Says China’s Use of Force Against Philippines


Senator Jim Webb, chair of the East Asian and Pacific Affairs Subcommittee, today called for the State Department to clarify U.S. treaty commitments to come to the aid of the Philippines in light of recent reports of China’s use of force in the South China Sea. “Repeated actions by Chinese government vessels against the Philippines raise serious questions about the circumstances under which our treaty commitments apply,” Senator Webb wrote in a letter to State Department Legal Advisor Harold Koh. “Our transparency on this matter is of great importance to our ally, the ...



 
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