South China Sea arbitration before the PCA

Dr. Joris Larik, Senior Researcher at The Hague Institute, spoke to Phoenix TV Hong Kong about the recent ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the case between the Philippines and China concerning the South China Sea. Dr. Larik explained the legal aspects of the case, commenting also on China’s position in the arbitration and what influence the decision will have going forward.

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