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Conference papers: Paracel - Spratly Archipelagos - Historical truth

Paracel – Spratly Archipelagoes – Historical truth

International Workshop, Vietnam 2014

On June 20, 2014, Vietnam’s Da Nang and Pham Van Dong Universities co-organized the 2nd International Workshop on Paracel and Spratly Archipelagos under the theme “Paracel and Spratly Archipelagos: Historical Truths”. 62 more words

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South China Sea Dispute

by Natra Van Chau

We’ve all heard from the media bits and pieces about an ongoing dispute between asian countries over land in the South China Sea. 881 more words

South China Sea: China is trying to catch up in disputed regions

From Prof Robert H Wade and Dr Dic Lo.

Sir, Most Western media accounts of disputes in the South China Sea are one-sided. They present China as the bully, and urge the US to redouble its “pivot” to Asia to contain Chinese expansionism. 329 more words

Missiles for Manila

As tensions rise in the South China Sea over the PRC’s increasing aggressiveness in pressing its unilateral claim over almost the entire body of water, the Philippines should seriously consider the use of long range anti-ship missiles (ASM) to protect its territorial claims. 271 more words

China is challenging UNCLOS

Following is an excerpt from my discussion in the recently concluded 5th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of International Law held last June 15, 2014 at Chuo University in Tokyo. 811 more words

On the Chinese arbitral snub and new building spree in the West Philippine Sea

China’s snub of the Philippine arbitral claim on the West Philippine Sea and its new slew of building projects on disputed reefs in the area backed by naval presence are “a serious and belligerent violation of” the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS, outspoken Filipino legal academic told recent international law conference in Tokyo. 892 more words

UP PROF: “CHINA CHALLENGING UNCLOS”

REF. Atty Romel Bagares 09166679802

China’s snub of the Philippine arbitral claim on the West Philippine Sea and its slew of building projects on disputed reefs in the area are “a serious and belligerent violation of” the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), of which it is a member, according to an outspoken Filipino legal academic at an international law conference in Tokyo. 835 more words