China’s Liaoning aircraft carrier is accompanied by navy frigates and submarines during exercises in the South China Sea. Photo: AP China’s Liaoning aircraft carrier is accompanied by navy frigates and submarines during exercises in the South China Sea. Photo: AP
China’s Liaoning aircraft carrier is accompanied by navy frigates and submarines during exercises in the South China Sea. Photo: AP
Hoang Thi Ha
Opinion

Opinion

Hoang Thi Ha and Ian Storey

A missed chance in the South China Sea has come back to haunt Asean

  • Hoang Thi Ha and Ian Storey examine the (dis)connect between the Asean-China Code of Conduct negotiations and the arbitration ruling

China’s Liaoning aircraft carrier is accompanied by navy frigates and submarines during exercises in the South China Sea. Photo: AP China’s Liaoning aircraft carrier is accompanied by navy frigates and submarines during exercises in the South China Sea. Photo: AP
China’s Liaoning aircraft carrier is accompanied by navy frigates and submarines during exercises in the South China Sea. Photo: AP
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Hoang Thi Ha

Hoang Thi Ha

Hoang Thi Ha is the lead researcher on political-security affairs at the ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute’s Asean Studies Centre in Singapore

Ian Storey

Ian Storey

Ian Storey is a senior fellow and editor of contemporary Southeast Asia at the ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute in Singapore