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[Part 1 of 2] National patrimony and so much more: The case of South China Sea

March 4, 2019

More than two years after the Tribunal on the South China Sea Arbitration issued its decision on the conflicting claims of the Philippines and People’s Republic of China (PROC) on the South China Sea (or West Philippine Sea), the dispute heats up once again when Chinese Coast Guards shooed away a team of Filipino television news crew saying that they were in the “sea area of the People’s Republic of China,” and that they had to secure permission from Beijing before they could conduct interviews or any activity in the area. Ironically, this happened despite the Tribunal ruling in favor of the Philippines.

[Part 1 of 2] National patrimony and so much more: The case of South China Sea

More than two years after the Tribunal on the South China Sea Arbitration issued its decision on the conflicting claims of the Philippines and People’s Republic of China (PROC) on the South China Sea (or…

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