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China's Okinotori Position Reveals an UNCLOS Double Standard
May 03, 2016
China's Okinotori Position Reveals an UNCLOS Double Standard
China's position on a remote Japan-held feature reveals an important inconsistency in its approach to international law.
China's Okinotori Position Reveals an UNCLOS Double Standard
Philippines versus China: Might, Right, and International Law in the South China Sea
July 17, 2015
Philippines versus China: Might, Right, and International Law in the South China Sea
The Diplomat's Ankit Panda, Shannon Tiezzi, and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss the South China Sea.
Philippines versus China: Might, Right, and International Law in the South China Sea
India's Got a Plan For South China Sea Disputes (And China Won't Like It)
March 11, 2015
India's Got a Plan For South China Sea Disputes (And China Won't Like It)
India's got a preferred solution for South China Sea disputes -- and it's not a surprise.
India's Got a Plan For South China Sea Disputes (And China Won't Like It)
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