Signatories say Asean still best placed to ease tensions
John Kerry said the international community, including the United States, sees the ruling as legally binding and a matter of...
"Cambodia is unbelievable," one diplomat said. "It is blocking any phrase about the arbitration and about militarization."
It was important that ASEAN members "speak out and represent what common ground they found on issues."
It said disputes should be resolved via international law, the United Nations charter and U.N. Convention on the Law of the...
Shinzo Abe tells assembled leaders in Ulan Bator that the rule of law was 'a universal principle that the international community must...
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe were in Mongolia for ASEM
"It confirms that no one state can claim virtually an entire sea."
The criticism comes as Beijing, a veto-wielding permanent member of the UN Security Council, seeks a greater presence on the...
President Jean-Claude Juncker only discussed deepening investment ties and seeking to resolve the issue of steel overproduction with China.
Balancing calls at home for strong reaction to court decision
Several possible legal avenues for outstanding disputes
"China will take no notice of the Hague ruling."
"We certainly would urge all parties not to use this as an opportunity to engage in escalatory or provocative action."