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Everything You Wanted to Know About the USS Lassen's FONOP in the South China Sea
January 06, 2016

Everything You Wanted to Know About the USS Lassen's FONOP in the South China Sea

By Ankit Panda
U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter finally comes out with a comprehensive account of the USS Lassen's FONOP.

Next US Navy South China Sea Freedom of Navigation Operation: Mischief Reef
November 23, 2015

Next US Navy South China Sea Freedom of Navigation Operation: Mischief Reef

By Ankit Panda
The U.S. Navy will likely sail within 12 nautical miles of Mischief Reef soon.
Setting the Record Straight on US Freedom of Navigation Operations in the South China Sea
November 11, 2015

Setting the Record Straight on US Freedom of Navigation Operations in the South China Sea

By Ankit Panda
Details on the late October FON operation have been slim, but they matter immensely.

'North to Alaska:' US and Chinese Competing Visions of Maritime Fair Use
September 29, 2015

'North to Alaska:' US and Chinese Competing Visions of Maritime Fair Use

By Steven Stashwick
What makes the Chinese transit of the Aleutians provocative to some is an apparent hypocrisy.

Philippines Slams China Over ‘Deceitful Rhetoric’ on South China Sea
September 07, 2015

Philippines Slams China Over ‘Deceitful Rhetoric’ on South China Sea

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Philippine officials renew their attack on China's alleged aggression in disputed waters.

South China Sea: Philippines v. China
July 27, 2015

South China Sea: Philippines v. China

By Lan Nguyen
Legal questions regarding China’s non-participation in the Philippines v. China arbitration.

Does the Philippines’ South China Sea Case Against China Really Matter?
July 08, 2015

Does the Philippines’ South China Sea Case Against China Really Matter?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
As the trial gets underway, we should be clear about what it may – or may not – mean
A Rebuttal to ‘Overreaction in the Strait of Hormuz’
May 28, 2015

A Rebuttal to ‘Overreaction in the Strait of Hormuz’

By Matthew W. Ivey
What international law really says about the recent exchanges in the strategic choke point.

How the US Senate Can Help Stabilize the South China Sea
May 23, 2015

How the US Senate Can Help Stabilize the South China Sea

By Ankit Panda
If the U.S. wants to moderate Chinese adventurism in the South China Sea, it should ratify UNCLOS.

Manila's South China Sea Gambit
March 25, 2013

Manila's South China Sea Gambit

The Philippines is seeking international arbitration under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea

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