Beijing refused to take part in the South China Sea case in The Hague. Photo: Shutterstock Beijing refused to take part in the South China Sea case in The Hague. Photo: Shutterstock
Beijing refused to take part in the South China Sea case in The Hague. Photo: Shutterstock
Xi Jinping

Why China is now looking to have its say on international law

  • Beijing used to steer clear of multilateral tribunals, preferring to go one on one in disputes
  • But four years after a decision against it on the South China Sea, Beijing is taking more of an interest in global rules and the way they are made

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Beijing refused to take part in the South China Sea case in The Hague. Photo: Shutterstock Beijing refused to take part in the South China Sea case in The Hague. Photo: Shutterstock
Beijing refused to take part in the South China Sea case in The Hague. Photo: Shutterstock
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