What Beijing Could Do Next After the South China Sea Ruling - Fortune

Minxin Pei is a professor of government at Claremont McKenna College and a non-resident senior fellow of the German Marshall Fund of the United States. Few should be surprised by the unanimous ruling this week against China by a tribunal of the ...

The Hague ruling: Turbulent waters ahead - The Straits Times

Following Tuesday's historic ruling on the South China Sea by the UN-backed Arbitral Tribunal at The Hague, two questions should be uppermost in our minds. First, how will the ruling be assessed? And second, how might we expect the parties, and other ...

Tribunal rules against Beijing in South China Sea dispute - Financial Times

The US has called on China and other countries in the South China Sea to renew diplomatic efforts to solve their territorial disputes after a tribunal ruled there is “no legal basis” for China's expansive claims in the area. Sample the FT's top stories ...

Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Lu Kang's Regular Press Conference on July 13, 2016 - MFA China

Q: Once the ruling of the South China Sea arbitration case came out, some countries said that China should obey the ruling since it is legally binding, otherwise China violates international law. Do you agree with that? A: We noted that some countries ...

Has South China Sea ruling set scene for next global conflict? - CNN

Hong Kong (CNN) Could an old map bring Asia to the brink of war? An international tribunal ruled Tuesday that China's nine-dash line -- drawn on a map dating from the 1940s that claims large stretches of the South China Sea -- has no legal basis. It ...