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Workshop: Maritime Disputes in the South China Sea

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Organized by:

Björn Ahl

Global South Studies Center (GSSC)


Wim Muller (Maastricht University, )
China’s Conduct in the South China Sea as seen from its General Attitude and Practice in International Law

Kong Lingjie (Wuhan University China Institute of Boundary and Ocean Studies)
The Status of Low-tide Elevations under the Law of Territory and the Law of the Sea

Iain Scobbie (Manchester University)
When is an Island a Rock? The PCA’s Interpretation of UNCLOS 121(3)

Lei Xiaolu (Wuhan University; Fellow, Center for Collaborative Innovation on Territorial Sovereignty and Maritime Rights)
China's Historic Rights Claims and 'Nine Dashed Line' in the South China Sea Arbitration: Comments on Tribunal's Award on Jurisdiction and Merits

Youri van Logchem (Swansea University, Institute of International Shipping and Trade Law)
The Rights and Obligations of States in Maritime Areas of Overlap: the South China Sea

Song Ke (Leiden Univeristy, Grotuis Center for International Studies)
On the jurisdiction of arbitral tribunals under Annex VII of the UNCLOS over 'mixed dispute'--Legal analysis and its implications for South China Sea disputes