Nguyẽ̂n Nhã, H.N. and V.-T. Lam, Vietnam, Territoriality and the South China Sea: Paracel and Spratly Islands, 2019
The conflict in the South China Sea, especially the sovereignty over Paracel and Spratly Islands, is of international interest and significance.
PPL Twitter List: Law of the Sea: international law, news, people and events. A curated group of Twitter accounts, click twitter.com/PeacePalaceLib/lists/law-of-the-sea.
Japan will officially withdraw from the International Whaling Commission (IWC), with the intention to resume commercial whaling in its territorial waters and exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in July 2019.
Today, in the South China Sea Arbitration Award (12 July 2016) an arbitral tribunal at The Hague ruled that China’s claim to historic rights to resources was
Canada, the US, Norway, Russia, and Denmark have been gathering scientific evidence for more than a decade in an effort to increase their continental shelf claims in the Arctic Ocean Region.
Are coral reefs condemned to disappear?
Book launch – Maritime Boundary Delimitation: The Case Law; Is it Consistent and Predictable? / by Alex Oude Elferink
Del Vecchio, A. and R. Virzo, Interpretations of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea by International Courts and Tribunals, 2019
This book addresses current developments concerning the interpretation of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) on the part of international courts and tribunals.
In The Iran-UAE Gulf Islands Dispute, Charles Buderi and Luciana Ricart take the reader on a journey through centuries of Gulf history and evolving principles of international law on territorial disputes to reach conclusions over the rightful sovereign of three Gulf islands.
Le présent Traité vise à mettre à la disposition des étudiants, des praticiens et des chercheurs une présentation actualisée et aussi détaillée que possible du droit international de la mer, c'est-à-dire des principes et règles de droit international public.
On 22 January 2013, the Republic of the Philippines instituted arbitral proceedings against the People's Republic of China (PRC) under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) with regard to disputes between the two countries in the South China Sea (South China Sea Arbitration
Heightened tensions in the South China Sea have raised serious concerns about the dangers of conflict in this region as a result of unresolved, complex territorial disputes.
Research on the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) is a valuable addition to understanding the political situation in the potentially volatile South China Sea region.
Hiebert, M., Perspectives on the South China Sea: Diplomatic, Legal, and Security Dimensions of the Dispute, 2014
The South China Sea is arguably one of the world’s most dangerous regions, with conflicting diplomatic, legal, and security claims by major and mid-level powers.
The South China Sea, where a number of great powers and regional players contend for influence, has emerged as one of the most potentially explosive regions in the world today.
The South China Sea is a major strategic waterway for trade and oil shipments to Japan, Korea as well as southern China. It has been the focus of a maritime dispute which has continued now for over six decades, with competing claims from China, Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia and Brunei.
Will the Indo-Pacific become the next battlefield for US-China rivalry, where tensions in the South China Sea are still smouldering? How will China cope with the US ‘free and open Indo-Pacific’ (FOIP) strategy?
The Senkaku/Diaoyu dispute has been close to the boil for months.
On Saturday 18 April 2020, China’s Ministry of Civil Affairs announced that the State Council of China had approved two new administrative divisions under Sansha City, an earlier administrative unit created in 2012 to encompa
The UK, US and Australia have announced a historic security pact in the Asia-Pacific, in what's seen as an effort to counter China. Experts say the AUKUS Agreement signals a paradigm shift in strategy and policy across the region.