To deal with China, it should be strangulation, not bloodshedPosted: April 30, 2016
China’s South China Sea Claim
There is a lot of feverish flag waving and sabre rattling by rival local nations and by the world’s hegemon, the United States, about the islands that China has created and built airstrips on and dredged safe anchorages for.
But there are other ways to visualise the outcome of resistance to China’s false claims in the South China Sea and its militarised island building.
A recent briefing at Washington Dc’s National press Club focused on the latest developments on this and possible implications down the road. Dr. Yann-huei Song (Centre for Asia-Pacific Studies, Research Fellow.
Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica; and Adjunct Professor, Soochow University School of Law, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China) points out that China’s denial to the recent case brought before the Permanent Court of Arbitration claiming China is in violation of the United Nations Convention on the Law…
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