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The Award of the Arbitral Tribunal in the Philippines v China case was a resounding victory for the Philippines as well as a bold and potentially landmark decision. The key issue for the Philippines was whether China could lawfully claim historic rights to resources within the nine-dash line on...
The article analyses the Award of the Arbitral Tribunal established under Annex vii of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea ( unclos ) dated 12 July 2016. On that basis, the article analyses impacts of the Award on Vietnam’s sovereignty, sovereign rights and jurisdiction. Although...
The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea ( losc ) is well known as the “Constitution for the Oceans”; however, the passage of foreign warships through the territorial sea of a coastal State is not clearly addressed. All East Asian littoral States (except North Korea and Cambodia) are...
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