The Hague tribunal: ramifications of ruling
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Last week’s ruling of an UNCLOS tribunal on the South China Sea dispute has two distinct but related ramifications. The first deals with the rights to the resources of the South China Sea among the coastal states, and the second impacts on the power projections of the world’s naval powers. The ruling nullifies China’s “nine-dash line” as a claim to any maritime zone in the South China Sea.
Carpio, A. T. (2016, July 21). The Hague tribunal: ramifications of ruling. Philippine Daily Inquirer, pp. A1, A16.
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Law of the sea; International law; United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea; Disputes; Territorial waters; Rights; Exclusive economic zone; Jurisdiction; Exclusive rights; Oil and gas exploration; Exploration; Legal aspects; International boundaries; Navigation; Defence craft; Military operations; United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea ( UNCLOS); China National Offshore Oil Co. (CNOOC); International Seabed Authority (ISA); United Nations; Permanent Court of Arbitration; Sun, Tzu
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