The South China Sea Award: Paradox of the Historic Argument
Hotspots,China
By Hui-Yi Katherine Tseng - 08 Aug 2016

The South China Sea Award: Paradox of the Historic Argument

International courts and tribunals tend to decline to deal with historic argument. The logic is that sovereignty is the most sacrosanct claim vested upon every nation state, which stipulates that it need not and should not be subordinated to any authorities claiming overlordship, in whatever manifestation, above them.
Xi Jinping and China’s Future: A Debate
Politics,Hotspots,China

By Wen Xin Lim - 01 Aug 2016

Xi Jinping and China’s Future: A Debate

Brexit and the Future of Regionalism
Politics,Security,Hotspots

By Yongnian Zheng - 25 Jul 2016

Brexit and the Future of Regionalism

Prospects and Challenges for China after the South China Sea Arbitration
Politics,Security,Hotspots,China

Prospects and Challenges for China after the South China Sea Arbitration

Observers have argued that China did not fully appreciate the implications of not participating in the arbitration process. Not only did it give up its right to appoint the arbitrators, it also gave up its right to present its legal arguments and evidence to the tribunal and the international audience.
The South China Sea Ruling: Akin to Opening Pandora’s Box
Hotspots,China,Southeast Asia

The South China Sea Ruling: Akin to Opening Pandora’s Box

This essay is a preliminary analysis of the possible impacts the Permanent Court of Arbitration’s ruling on July 12, 2016 will have on the South China Sea situation, China-US relations and China’s relations with its neighbors.
By Shicun Wu - 15 Jul 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
Respecting Brexit
Politics,Economy,Hotspots,China

Respecting Brexit

With the referendum of June 23, 2016, Britain has decided to leave the EU. Though this is controversial, there is good reason to respect the outcome of this form of British democracy.
By Dingli Shen - 13 Jul 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
China-US Dialogue on the South China Sea
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China-US Dialogue on the South China Sea

Dai Bingguo’s address to the China-US Dialogue on the South China Sea Between Chinese and US Think Tanks on July 5, 2016, in Washington DC.
By Bingguo Dai - 06 Jul 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
Brexit Vote: The Predicaments of Western Democracy
Politics,Hotspots

Brexit Vote: The Predicaments of Western Democracy

Today, Western democracy is trapped with its self-inflicted damage. Voting works if and only if voters understand what it is really about and the Brexit poll clearly demonstrated that the direction of fundamental policy choices could be out of the control of the people at large.
Brexit and Asia: Rationality versus Emotion
Politics,Economy,Hotspots

Brexit and Asia: Rationality versus Emotion

The June 23 Brexit referendum saw the UK vote to leave the European Union. The exit decision shocked the world with implications not only in the political and economic arenas of the UK and EU, but which also has far reaching repercussions beyond Europe.
Can the US–China Strategic and Economic Dialogue Do Anything about the South China Sea?
Security,Hotspots,China

Can the US–China Strategic and Economic Dialogue Do Anything about the South China Sea?

Given Washington’s rather overheated rhetoric on the South China Sea, might future iterations of the SED achieve any breakthrough in this most volatile area of US–China strategic relations?
By Feng Zhang - 21 Jun 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
The South China Sea: China Won’t Accept Cursory Judgement of its Inherent Rights
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The South China Sea: China Won’t Accept Cursory Judgement of its Inherent Rights

The arbitration proceedings that the Philippines initiated against China more than three years ago regarding issues in the South China Sea should soon reach its end, and the arbitral tribunal is expected to rule shortly.
By Shicun Wu - 20 Jun 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
On Freedom of Navigation in the South China Sea
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On Freedom of Navigation in the South China Sea

The fundamental guarantee of the freedom of navigation in the South China Sea is not the US or its military presence, but China, the coastal states, and regional countries’ commitment to peace, stability, prosperity, and development.
By Jian Zhou - 17 Jun 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
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