“Those who think ‘might makes right’ have it backwards. It is exactly the opposite, in that right makes might.”Read More Alberto del Rosario arbitration case China court hearing Netherlands South China Sea The Hague United Nations West Philippine Sea
HAGUE, The Netherlands — The Philippines has sought to debunk China’s claims to disputed islands in the South China Sea, court officials said Monday as an international tribunal wrapped upRead More Albert Del Rosario China Features Global Nation ITLOS Philippines South China Sea The Hague The Netherlands Unclos West Philippine Sea
The voyage of youth volunteers planning to stage a protest at the Kalayaan Group of Islands will push through on Tuesday (Dec. 1) despite the opposition of some defense andRead More arbitration Armed Forces of the Philippines China Defense Department of Defense Diplomacy Foreign affairs geopolitics Global Nation International relations Kalayaan Atin Ito Kalayaan group of islands Mariel Ipan Maritime Defense maritime transportation Philippines Protest Public Safety Restituto Padilla rough seas safety Sea Security South China Sea Spratly Islands territorial disputes Territories UN arbitral proceedings United Nations Voltaire Gazmin voyage West Philippine Sea Youth youth groups youth volunteers
Vice presidential aspirants Senator Francis Escudero and Camarines Sur Representative Leni Robredo agreed on Tuesday that the territorial dispute in the South China Sea (West Philippine Sea) must be settledRead More arbitration case bilateral talks China Claim Elections 2016 sea row South China sea West Philippine Sea
China’s blocking of Philippine ships bringing supplies to Filipino soldiers stationed at Ayungin Shoal (Second Thomas Shoal) was a deliberate move to “physically expel” the Philippines and its people fromRead More Ayungin Shoal Bernard Oxman China Philippine ships Philippines Second Thomas Shoal South China Sea UN Permanent Court of Arbitration West Philippine Sea
- The Philippines will stay on the “diplomatic track” despite warnings by security experts that the decision of a United Nations arbitral court to hear the country’s maritime complaint against China
- The international Arbitral Tribunal on Thursday decided on several issues in the maritime dispute case between China and the Philippines over the South China Sea (West Philippine Sea), majority of
- China's continued bullying of the Philippines over the maritime dispute in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea) convinced the International Arbitral Tribunal to "hear the case in full," an
- Sixteen fishermen from this western Pangasinan town on Tuesday appealed to the United Nations to ask China to respect their rights over their traditional fishing grounds in the Scarborough Shoal
- The dispute over the strategic waterways of the South China Sea has intensified, pitting a rising China against its smaller and militarily weaker neighbors who all lay claim to a
- There is no evidence yet that China is reclaiming the Scarborough shoal in the West Philippine Sea (WPS), according to the Armed Forces of the Philippines.
- More oil containment booms, stretching up to 2 kilometers, have been seen floating in waters near the disputed Scarborough Shoal, a top provincial official said.
- Despite what turned out to be a wet and cold summer’s day in West London, a handful of Britain’s Filipino community leaders on Friday July24, came out to denounce “China’s
- Philippine presidents have come and gone since the maritime dispute over the South China Sea began as far back as the 1970s but it was only under President Benigno Aquino