Ways to make China comply with UN ruling on S. China Sea
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The Philippines is not exactly helpless if the United Nations Arbitral Court decides in favor of the Philippines in its case against China’s nine-dash line map and its transforming into islands, rocks in the Spratlys that are only seen during low tide. In his lecture before members of the Philippine Press Institute yesterday at the Century Park Hotel, Senior Associate Justice Antonio T. Carpio said, “there is no world policeman to enforce the rule” but the following can happen: 1. The world’s naval powers which consider freedom of navigation and over flight their national interest have declared they will sail and fly in the high seas and Economic Exclusive Zones of the South China Sea.
Tordesillas, E. (2016, June 24). Ways to make China comply with UN ruling on S. China Sea. Malaya Business Insight, p. B4.
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