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The South China Sea: “Disputed waters” everywhere?

The South China Sea: “Disputed waters” everywhere? Huy Duong RSIS Commentary (2012) Synopsis Since 2011, the disputes over maritime space in the South China Sea have involved not only which country has sovereign and jurisdictional rights over an area, but also whether an area constitutes disputed waters. This is an important question that must be … Continue reading

The Philippines’ Prospects at the UN Tribunal

The Philippines’ Prospects at the UN Tribunal Huy Duong cogitASIA – CSIS Asia House   On April 25 2013, Shunji Yanai, president of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS), appointed the final three of the five arbitrators to the tribunal adjudicating legal proceedings that the Philippines has brought against China relating … Continue reading

The South China Sea: Evolution of or Disregard for International Law?

The South China Sea: Evolution of or Disregard for International Law? By Huy Duong and Tuan Pham NAPSNet Policy Forum In the article “The South China Sea: What China Could Say”, Mark Valencia has proposed a number of statements that China could make in justification of its stance in the South China Sea disputes. This … Continue reading

Joint Development in the South China Sea

Joint Development in the South China Sea Huy Duong cogitASIA With the South China Sea disputes remaining intractable, the need to manage them is paramount. Worldwide, joint development of disputed areas has proved to be a hallmark for managing disputes, yet this continues to elude the claimants to the Paracels, Spratlys, Scarborough Reef, and the … Continue reading

China’s “U-shaped Line” in the South China Sea

China’s “U-shaped Line” in the South China Sea Huy Duong Yale Global   China’s four possible positions China’s claims to the disputed islands in the South China Sea and their inclusion on a map that depicts a U-shaped line that comes perilously close to the coastal waters of the countries that abut the sea, have … Continue reading

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