SCS ruling in favour of Philippines by the Hague draws China’s i.e.

Q.  The Hague has ruled in favour of which country in the South China Sea dispute?
- Published on 13 Jul 16

a. China
b. Indonesia
c. Phillipines
d. None of the above

ANSWER: Phillipines
SCS is a busy international waterway and one of the main arteries of global economy and trade.
  • China has claimed more than 85 percent of it
  • Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague, Netherlands has ruled that China’s claim of historical rights over the South China Sea has no legal basis.
  • The case against China was started by Philippines.
  • PCA organises arbitration tribunals between member countries in the event of issues.

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