China’s Word Game: A New Narrative of the “One China Principle”
By Chien-Huei Wu, Ching-Fu Lin, and Yun-Sheng Lin
China has been attempting to camouflage its “one China principle” as a “general principle of law” in the international arena to strengthen the legitimacy of its claim over Taiwan.
What Does International Law Say About China’s Spy Balloon and the US Response?
By Donald R. Rothwell
The incursion of the Chinese balloon tested the bounds of international law.
Is China Using Force or Coercion in the South China Sea?
By Constantinos Yiallourides
Why words matter.
International Law Is Under Siege in the South China Sea
By Douglas Gates
China is the latest to flout international law, but the United States paved the way.
The South China Sea Ruling: Reinforcing China's Negative Image in Japan
By Santosh Sharma Poudel
China's refusal to abide by international rules and norms contributes to its negative image in Japan.
International Law Won't Stop China in the South China Sea
By Aurelia George Mulgan
Countering power with rules is doomed to fail in the South China Sea.
The Philippines' Triumph: Right Over Might
By Gilberto C. Teodoro, Jr.
It is precisely the fairness and impartiality of the process chosen by Manila to vent its claims that China objects to.
Parenting China, the Teenage Power
By David Lai and Fred Gellert
Understanding the U.S.-China relationship through a familial metaphor.
After the South China Sea Ruling
By Tuan N. Pham
The long-awaited Tribunal’s merits ruling will come soon. What happens then?
China's Plan for Lawfare in the Maritime Domain
By Shannon Tiezzi
"Lawfare" at work in the maritime domain.
International Law Is the Real Threat to China's South China Sea Claims
By Jill Goldenziel
If an arbitral tribunal finds China in breach of UNCLOS, the international pressure on Beijing would be enormous.
China Forging International Law: The SCO Experience
By David Suter
The rules adopted for the SCO are revealing of Beijing’s attitude towards international law in general.