Shen Dingli Associate Dean, Fudan Unversity
Aug 04 , 2015
In the South China Sea dispute, the US position has been inconsistent with itself and with norms of international law, breeding misunderstanding and suspicion. The result has raised the political temperature in the region, and could lead to undesirable results for all parties.
Ma Shikun Senior Journalist, the People’s Daily
Jul 24 , 2015
By Taking China to the International Court over Huangyuan Island, the Philippines makes trouble out of nothing.
Stewart Taggart Founder & Principal, Grenatec
Jul 22 , 2015
As the South China Sea’s most promising near-term developable gas field in the South China Sea, Sampaguita could offer a solution of cooperation, peace, and legitimacy to Chinese claims near the Philippines.
Lucio Blanco Pitlo III Research Fellow, Asia-Pacific Pathways to Progress
Jul 20 , 2015
The upcoming 2016 Philippine Presidential election will have significant bearing on the future of infrastructure development and relations in the South China Sea. The next Philippines president may push closer to the U.S., while some want greater economic and humanitarian aid from China.