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China's nine-dash line came ahead of Unclos, says expert

Wu Shicun, president of National Institute for South China Sea Studies. Photo from MANILA, Philippines — A Chinese scholar claimed that China has a more solid hold on the South China Sea because its nine-dash line claim ... Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 month ago

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Eurasia Review

South China Sea: One Confrontation, Three Legal Questions Analysis

By By Duong Danh Huy* Is Vietnam or China legally right in this confrontation?: According to UNCLOS as has been interpreted by the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the answer is definitely Vietnam, regardless of the answers to the first ...
 Eurasia Review3 weeks ago US hits Beijing's wholesale reclamation  ABS-CBN News1 hour ago The dynamics of size and the burden of history  Asia News Network22 hours ago US and Vietnam to Discuss Curbing China's Sea Claims  Epoch Times1 day ago

Ghana sues Cote dIvoire over maritime boundary

Ghana has initiated arbitration processes under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) seeking a declaration that it has not trespassed Cote d'Ivoire's
 Big News Network1 week ago Ghana sues Cote d'Ivoire over maritime boundary  The Africa Report1 week ago Open and closed registers for ships  Financial Express Bangladesh1 month ago Ghana opts for arbitration over border maritime disagreement with Cote d'Ivoire  Afrique En Ligne1 week ago
Asian Journal

EU supports PH bid to resolve South China Sea dispute under UNCLOS

LOS ANGELES — The European Union (EU) expressed support for the Philippine's bid for resolving the South China Sea dispute via arbitration under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). During a joint press conference with ...
 Asian Journal2 weeks ago Philippines, EU show common stance on China  Rappler2 weeks ago EU backs peaceful resolution to dispute with China, Spain agrees to be PH 'voice' in Europe  Interaksyon1 week ago EU backs PHL's arbitration push to settle China sea row  GMA News.tv2 weeks ago

US should volunteer to pay for Tubbataha damage Miriam

Senator Miriam Santiago also argues that while it is not a signatory to the UNCLOS, the US is bound by international law to pay for the damage on the UNESCO World Heritage Site MANILA, Philippines Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago said on ...
 Rappler2 weeks ago US govt should be held liable for Tubbataha Reef damage under Tort Law Miriam  Interaksyon2 weeks ago

UNGA General Debate 2014 Addresses Oceans, Wildlife, Protected Areas

30 September 2014: During the UN General Assembly (UNGA) General Debate, many speakers highlighted their priorities for the post-2015 development agenda and discussed global challenges, including international security, terrorism and Ebola. At the ...
 Biodiversity Policy & Practice8 hours ago UNGA General Debate 2014 Continues Focus on MDGs, Post-2015 Agenda, SIDS  Biodiversity Policy & Practice1 day ago 69th General Debate Continues Discussion of Post-2015 Agenda, Highlights Biodiversity, SIDS Issues  Biodiversity Policy & Practice5 days ago
Manila Standard Today

Philippines submits plan to settle dispute with China once and for all

In a speech delivered during the 69th Session of the UNGA, Department of Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert F. del Rosario contrasted the ongoing Bangsamoro agreement with the tensions brought on by the territorial disputes in the South China Sea ...
 Business World9 hours ago PH, China score each other s sea claims tack  Manila Standard Today1 day ago Freeze action on WPS backed 17 hours ago  Manila Standard Today1 month ago PH seeks ASEAN support for S. China Sea action plan  Rappler1 month ago
Graphic Ghana

The real complexities of the Ghana/Ivory Coast maritime boundary dispute

On the 23rd of September Ghana confirmed reports that it has initiated arbitration proceedings against the Ivory Coast under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. This follows unsuccessful attempts at reaching a bilateral agreement ...
 Graphic Ghana14 hours ago Ghana-Ivory Coast arbitration to be reasonably expensive  GhanaWeb2 days ago Ghana fully prepared for maritime boundary arbitration Secretariat  GhanaWeb1 week ago AG: Ghana will win maritime boundary case against Ivory Coast  GhanaWeb1 week ago
Observer India

Emerging Asian Power Play and the Maritime Silk Road

30 September 2014 Two high-profile visits this month—President Xi Jinping's maiden visits to the Maldives and Sri Lanka, two important islands in the Indian Ocean and later to India as well as President Pranab Mukherjee's visit to Vietnam, a ...
 Observer India14 hours ago
Manila Times

We can't go on like this, says Chinese envoy on Philippine ties

Philippine Daily Inquirer Publication Date : 01-10-2014 China and the Philippines should work to improve their relations which had been adversely affected by their conflict in the South China Sea, Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Zhao ...
 Asia News Network18 hours ago EU backs Manila on sea row  Manila Times2 weeks ago EU, PH back peaceful resolution of sea row  Philippine Daily Inquirer2 weeks ago Aquino secures Spain's support in territorial row with China  GMA News.tv2 weeks ago
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