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Chinese Foreign Ministry: Both China and Taiwan have the responsibility to safeguard Spratly islands

Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying’s Regular Press Conference on March 24, 2016 Q: According to media reports, Taiwan authorities published a position paper on its South China Sea policy on March 21. Besides on March 23, some academic institutions in Taiwan submitted a proposal to the arbitration tribunal in the Hague, stressing that Taiping Dao … Continue reading

Amicus Curiae Submission by the Chinese (Taiwan) Society of International Law to the PCA in the matter of the arbitration between the Republic of the Philippines and the People’s Republic of China

I. INTRODUCTION The present amicus curiae brief is submitted by the Chinese (Taiwan) Society of International Law (“the CSIL”) in relation to the arbitral proceedings instituted by the Republic of the Philippines (“the Philippines”) against the People’s Republic of China (“the PRC”) on 22 January 2013 pursuant to Articles 286 and 287 of the 1982 … Continue reading

Remarks by Taiwan’s President Ma on Itu Aba Island

On January 28, President Ma Ying-jeou led government officials and scholars to visit Taiping Island in the Nansha Islands. He explained the four objectives of visiting the island: first, visiting personnel stationed on the island ahead of the Lunar New Year; second, unveiling the South China Sea Peace Initiative Roadmap; third, explaining the purpose of … Continue reading

The South China Sea Newsletter: Volume 11 (December 2015)

The South China Sea Newsletter: Volume 10 (December 2015) Hao Duy Phan   PHILIPPINES V. CHINA 21 December 2015: China rejects UN arbitration on South China Sea China’s territorial sovereignty should be decided by all the Chinese people, and no other people or organisation has the right to handle it,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hong … Continue reading

The South China Sea Newsletter: Volume 10 (November 2015)

The South China Sea Newsletter: Volume 10 (November 2015) Hao Duy Phan   PHILIPPINES V. CHINA 25 November 2015: China criticizes Philippines over South China Sea arbitration According to spokesman Hong Lei, the move by the Philippines was not an attempt to solve disputes, but “political provocation in legal clothing.” http://english.cntv.cn/2015/11/25/ARTI1448450757289106.shtml 25 November 2015: PH … Continue reading

The South China Sea Newsletter: Volume 9 (October 2015)

The South China Sea Newsletter: Volume 9 (October 2015) Hao Duy Phan   PHILIPPINES V. CHINA 30 October 2015: Philippines welcomes arbitration decision to hear Philippines case v. China “The decision represents a significant step forward in the Philippines’ quest for a peaceful, impartial resolution of the disputes between the parties and the clarification of … Continue reading

The South China Sea Newsletter: Volume 7 (August 2015)

The South China Sea Newsletter: Volume 7; August 2015 Hao Duy Phan ACTS OF CLAIMANTS 31 August 2015: China ready to launch military power from artificial islands in South China Sea By 2017, China will have equipped its new sand islands with ports, barracks, battlements, artillery, air strips and long-range radar systems that will enable … Continue reading

The South China Sea Newsletter: Volume 6 (July 2015)

The South China Sea Newsletter: Volume 6; July 2015 Hao Duy Phan PHILIPPINES V. CHINA 14 July 2015: Arbitral Tribunal Issues Press Release on the Conclusion of its Hearings on Jurisdiction and Admissibility The Arbitral Tribunal now enters its deliberations. It will issue a decision on issues of Jurisdiction and Admissibility before the end of … Continue reading

China’s Shifting Sands in the Spratlys

China’s Shifting Sands in the Spratlys   J. Ashley Roach ASIL Insights Volume 19 (15), July 15, 2015 Introduction Since 2014 China has been constructing features atop seven coral reefs in the disputed Spratly/Nansha Islands of the South China Sea by dredging sand and coral from existing coral reefs. At last count China’s new features total … Continue reading

China’s Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying’s Remarks on the Conclusion of the Hearing on Issues Relating to Jurisdiction and Admissibility by the South China Sea Arbitral Tribunal Established at the Request of the Philippines

China’s Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying’s Remarks on the Conclusion of the Hearing on Issues Relating to Jurisdiction and Admissibility by the South China Sea Arbitral Tribunal Established at the Request of the Philippines 2015/07/14 Q: Recently, the Arbitral Tribunal for the Philippines’ South China Sea Arbitration has concluded the hearing on issues relating to … Continue reading

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