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South China Sea Dispute's Effects on K-Pop

Don’t let the title take you aback. You might think that foreign music has absolutely nothing to do with you, but hear me out. This is actually really serious. 290 more words


What Countries are Taking Sides after the South China Sea Ruling?

by Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative

On July 12, a tribunal at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague issued its… 552 more words

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Talks with Manila welcomed without arbitration attached

By An Jun (Global Times) / August 25, 2016

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Tuesday that he expects bilateral talks withBeijing over the South China Sea issue within a year, according to the Philippine Star. 264 more words

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Duterte: South China Sea Talks With China ‘Within The Year’

By Ankit Panda / August 24, 2016 / The Diplomat

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte expects formal bilateral talks with China on disputed waters in the South China Sea to commence “within the year.” Speaking on Tuesday, Duterte said that he would not bring up the South China Sea disputes or the award of a Hague-based tribunal that heavily favored the Philippines over China at the upcoming Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit in Laos or its associated meetings, including the East Asia Summit. 167 more words

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Manila searches for low-hanging fruit in maritime row with Beijing

By Maria Eloisa I. Calderon / BusinessWorldOnline/ August 19, 2016

MASINLOC, ZAMBALES — Sixty-three-year-old Fred Manzano earnestly remembers how he and his fellow fishermen would hop onto Vietnamese boats those nights they navigated the waters surrounding Scarborough Shoal, a fishing ground whose resources he said were shared with their peers from another part of Asia. 687 more words

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Why the US policy on South China Sea only helps China

21 August 2016 / by Jonathan Holslag / scmp.com

The recent arbitration ruling on the South China Sea will go down as a textbook example of the limitations of international justice. 400 more words

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Court rules in favor of Philippines over China in South China Dispute

Here’s all you need to know, expressed in very informal language: In a China vs. Philippines case, China said it owns (most of) the South China Sea, but an international court said no and ruled in favor of the Philippines, saying that China’s claims are illegal.  401 more words