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The South China Sea case: Chess Arbitration?

Monica Feria-Tinta looks into the wider questions that the recent South China Sea award raises and its possible impact. Looking back at the rare examples in international law in which States chose not to appear to participate in the proceedings Feria-Tinta addresses questions such as "What good is an award that cannot be enforced" and the role arbitration has in that context.

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