China will of course merely ignore you
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The latest geopolitical development in the tension-filled South China Sea is Beijing’s installation of ballistic missiles launching pads in three atolls in the West Philippine Sea—Zamora, Kagitingan and Panganiban Reefs—all within the Philippines’ 200-nautical mile special economic zone (EEZ) under the UN Convention on the Law of the Seas (Unclos). Their names in the international maps are Fiery Cross (Zamora), Subi (Kagitingan) and Mischief (Panganiban) reefs. Originally, these reefs, under international law, were in international waters and under nobody’s control, governance nor occupation of any sovereign state or country.
Santos G. H. A. (2018, May 7). China will of course merely ignore you. The Manila Times, p. B6.
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Exclusive economic zone; United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea; International law; Law of the sea; Disputes; Territorial waters; Military operations; Economics; Fishers; Fishing grounds; International waters; International waters; United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS); Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN); Duterte, Rodrigo; Trump, Donald; Jae-in, Moon; Kim, Sung; Kim, Jung-un; China; Philippines; West Philippine Sea; Zamora Reef; Kagitingan Reef; Panganiban Reef; Fiery Cross Reef; Subi Reef; Mischief Reef; South China Sea; Panatag Shoal; Thailand; Indonesia; Malaysia; Brunei; North Korea; South Korea
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