28
Jul
2016
Editorials Lettre du Centre Asie

South China Sea and the Law of the Sea: Where is China’s Power Heading? Lettre du Centre Asie, No. 70, July 2016

On Tuesday July 12th, after three years of deliberations, the Permanent Court of Arbitration finally delivered its verdict on the conflict opposing the Philippines and China over status of the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. The judgment is historic, as it goes far beyond the expectations of the involved parties and observers. 

edito_scs_70_page_1.jpg

This paper is available in French

Mer de Chine et droit de la mer: où va la puissance chinoise?
Keywords
maritime security International law Asia Southeast Asia Japan China