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China Has Much to Gain From the South China Sea Ruling
July 18, 2016

China Has Much to Gain From the South China Sea Ruling

By Mark E. Rosen
The decision regarding Itu Aba allows China to challenge excessive EEZs claimed by Japan, the U.S., France, and others.
The South China Sea Ruling: China's International Law Dilemma
July 14, 2016

The South China Sea Ruling: China's International Law Dilemma

By Thomas E. Kellogg
"China may be entering a new phase of its relationship with the international order."

China Keeps the Upper Hand, South China Sea Arbitration Ruling Nonwithstanding
July 13, 2016

China Keeps the Upper Hand, South China Sea Arbitration Ruling Nonwithstanding

By William G. Frasure
The judicial ruling could actually give China the advantage, if Beijing proves it can flout the law with impunity.

Taiwan: South China Sea Ruling 'Completely Unacceptable'
July 13, 2016

Taiwan: South China Sea Ruling 'Completely Unacceptable'

By Shannon Tiezzi
Taiwan denounces the tribunal's decision that Itu Aba is a rock, not an island.

China: Tribunal Ruling 'Null and Void', Will Not Affect South China Sea Claims
July 12, 2016

China: Tribunal Ruling 'Null and Void', Will Not Affect South China Sea Claims

By Shannon Tiezzi
Beijing continues to push its South China Sea claims, though many were struck down by an arbitral tribunal today.
China and UNCLOS: An Inconvenient History
July 11, 2016

China and UNCLOS: An Inconvenient History

By Zheng Wang
As South China Sea tensions rise, Beijing rethinks its relationship with the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea.

Why the South China Sea Arbitration Case Matters (Even if China Ignores It)
July 08, 2016

Why the South China Sea Arbitration Case Matters (Even if China Ignores It)

By Tara Davenport
The Philippines v. China case has value far beyond the simple question of China's compliance.
China's Curious South China Sea Negotiation Policy
June 24, 2016

China's Curious South China Sea Negotiation Policy

By David A. Welch
What would China expect to achieve with bilateral negotiations on maritime disputes?

Reality Check: Who Lacks Self-Restraint in the South China Sea?
June 22, 2016

Reality Check: Who Lacks Self-Restraint in the South China Sea?

By Jacqueline Espenilla
A look at the legal precedents that help define China and the Philippines' favorite accusation.

After the South China Sea Ruling
June 17, 2016

After the South China Sea Ruling

By Tuan N. Pham
The long-awaited Tribunal’s merits ruling will come soon. What happens then?

South China Sea: A Legal Analysis of China's Maritime Claims
June 16, 2016

South China Sea: A Legal Analysis of China's Maritime Claims

By Tuan N. Pham
How China seeks to shape maritime law to legitimize its claims.
The South China Sea Arbitration Case Could Exacerbate Disputes in the South China Sea
January 27, 2016

The South China Sea Arbitration Case Could Exacerbate Disputes in the South China Sea

By Wu Shicun
"The Tribunal’s decision is illogical, unfair, and risks escalating tensions in the South China Sea."

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