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    by Prof. Baladas Ghoshal* July 12, 2016, otherwise, may not have any special claim in history, but it will surely be remembered for the historic judgement by the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) Tribunal on the South China Sea Dispute, upholding a rule-based maritime order anchored in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the ...
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    By Dindo Manhit* As far as the Philippines is concerned, it has been a quiet July for foreign policy. Although the one-year anniversary of The Hague ruling on the Philippine case against China has just passed, there have been too few events marking the occasion or even debating its significance. The Stratbase ADR Institute held ...
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    Minister of State for Defence Affairs H E Dr Khalid bin Mohammed Al Attiyah said that Qatar may approach International Court  of Justice (ICJ) and ask compensation for damages caused due to blockade imposed on Qatar by siege countries since June 5. During interview with TRT World, a Turkish news channel, he added that “Qatar ...
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    by Benoit Hardy-Chartrand* Much has changed and much remains the same since Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague ruled last year on rival claims to the South China Sea. Dampening China’s ambitions in the highly contested area, the court ruled that China had no historical right over the South China Sea, recognizing instead that ...
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    The European Union and its Member States reaffirmed Sunday their full support to the International Criminal Court (ICC) and to the strengthening of an international criminal justice system committed to deter the commission of crimes, to fight impunity and to ensure the protection of the victims’ rights. This was expressed in a Declaration released by ...
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    Gas tribunes sold to Russia by Germany high-tech company Siemens ignited a debate as they are moved to the Crimea whereby sanctions are applied by European Union. EU has imposed sanctions on Russia due to its illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014, as it seems violation of international law. According to these sanctions, EU firms ...
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