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China envoy blasts Hague ruling[2]- Chinadaily.com.cn [Copy link] 中文

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According to Cui, tensions began to rise in the South China Sea about five or six years ago, the same time people heard about the pivot to Asia. He said disputes have intensified, relations strained and confidence weakened in the last few years.

"These issues have taken so much time and energy at so many regional and international forums, time that should have been spent to promote cooperation,"  ...

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Post time 2016-7-13 17:08:18 |Display all floors
The ruling is just so blatantly biased and politically driven by the US.  Both China and Taiwan will just treat it as null and void.  The ruling is run by a kangaroo court of biased judging including an unrepentant Japanese diplomat at the direction of Abe.

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Post time 2016-7-13 17:21:21 |Display all floors
China had every oppunity to engage with the court and chose not to

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Post time 2016-7-13 21:26:36 |Display all floors
It is more than fortunate for The Hague to have its judgement in favor of Philippines. Unfortunately, The Hague has smeared its name, authority and command the world accords to it. Now that The Hague has disgraced and shamed itself, the world does not need it any more. Like US, the world could do whatever it likes. The first nation to be condemned is none other than US!

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dusty1 date. 2016-7-13 17:21
                                China had every oppunity to engage with the court and chose not to
You have no idea what was going on dusty1.  It is all driven by the US for her own interests using Philippines.

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