Legal route to resolving South China Sea dispute a political minefield.

Legal route to resolve South China Sea dispute a political minefield

Simon Tay says the Philippines' decision to take its South China Sea island dispute with China to UN arbitration will set in motion a legal process that, unless carefully managed, could lead to political fallout

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Legal route to resolving South China Sea dispute a political minefield.
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Simon Tay

Simon Tay

Simon Tay is a public intellectual as well as an adviser to major corporations and policymakers. He is chairman of the Singapore Institute of International Affairs, an independent and globally ranked think tank. He also teaches international law at the National University of Singapore.