Tag: law

Philippines v. China Arbitration Case: Official Responses to the Award

Features · 2016

South China Sea Think Tank compiles the official responses of claimants and major stakeholders to the Award of July 12, 2016, in the Philippines v. China arbitration case.

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Philippines v. China Arbitration Case: Summary of the Philippines’ Submissions and Tribunal’s Awards

Features · 2016

South China Sea Think Tank summarizes the Philippines’ submissions and additional claims, the Tribunal’s conclusions contained in its Award on Jurisdiction and Admissibility, and its conclusions made in its final Award in the Philippines v. China arbitration case.

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Lingering Questions about the Philippines v. China Arbitration Case

Issue Briefings, 12 · 2015

As the arbitration case initiated by the Philippines against China moves forward, new questions regarding jurisdiction and impartiality have arisen.

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Expert Views: Implications of U.S. Freedom of Navigation Operations in the South China Sea

Perspectives, 5 · 2015

Experts offer their reactions to the U.S. Navy’s high-profile freedom of navigation operations in the South China Sea.

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Expert Views: Implications of the Permanent Court of Arbitration’s Award on Jurisdiction and Admissibility

Perspectives, 3 · 2015

Experts offer their reactions to the Permanent Court of Arbitration’s “Award on Jurisdiction and Admissibility” in the Philippines vs. China arbitration case.

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Rapporteur’s Report: Common Themes from the “Workshop on Recent Developments in the South China Sea Arbitration and their Implications”

Report · 2015

This report summarizes nine common themes addressed at the “Workshop on Recent Developments in the South China Sea Arbitration and their Implications” held October 7–8, 2015, in Taipei.

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Let’s Get Real about the South China Sea “Status Quo”

Issue Briefings, 9 · 2015

In discussions of the South China Sea disputes, the term “status quo” gets tossed around like a tugboat in a typhoon, but few leaders or analysts take a step back to consider what they are really talking about.

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Assessing China’s Land Reclamation in the South China Sea

Issue Briefings, 4 · 2015

China’s unprecedented land reclamation projects have emerged as one of its key strategies in the South China Sea, yet evidence suggests that these efforts may not represent the country’s broader long-term interests.

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