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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - State Oceanic Administration
State Oceanic Administration (SOA; Chinese: 国家海洋局 Pinyin: Guójiā Hǎiyáng Jú) is an administrative agency subordinate to the Ministry of Land and Resources, responsible for the supervision and management of sea area in the People's Republic of China and coastal environmental protection, protecting national maritime rights and organizing scientific and technical research of its territorial waters. - Source: Wikipedia
Japan scrambled fighter jets Monday after an unidentified drone flew near a small island chain controlled by Tokyo that is at the center of a bitter territorial dispute with China.
Unlike most countries with shorelines, China does not believe in maintaining a coast guard.
Chinese patrol boats confronted Japanese vessels near a disputed East China Sea archipelago early Tuesday, the latest in a series of such encounters after Tokyo's nationalization of the islands last month.
China's government said Thursday that it had approved a provincial proposal to build a supply dock in the South China Sea, where Beijing is beefing up its claims of sovereignty amid territorial disputes with five other governments.
China is expanding its naval surveillance fleet to better protect its maritime rights, state media reported Thursday amid bitter deep-sea territorial disputes with neighboring nations.