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ContentsEditorial Note XII

Seokwoo Lee and Hee Eun Lee

ArticlesThe South China Sea Arbitration: Selected Legal Notes 3

Ted L. McDorman

The Political Implications of the South China Sea Ruling on Sino-Philippine Relations and Regional Stability 16

Hsiao-Chi Hsu

Award of the Republic of Philippines v. the People’s Republic of China: Legal Implications on the South China Sea Disputes 34

Thi Lan Anh Nguyen

Political-Legal Implications of the July 2016 Arbitration Decision in the Philippines-prc Case Concerning the South China Sea: The United States, China, and International Law 49

Jacques deLisle

The South China Sea Arbitration and Its Implications for asean Centrality 83

Alan H. Yang

Caught in the Middle: South Korea and the South China Sea Arbitration Decision 96

Terence Roehrig

Law and Realpolitik: The Arbitral Tribunal’s Ruling and the South China Sea 121

Leszek Buszynski

China’s Three Distinctive Assertions under the ‘Nine-dash-line’ Claims and the Annex vii Arbitral Tribunal’s Interpretation of Article 121 Regarding an Island and Rocks under the 1982 un Convention on the Law of the Sea 141

Eiichi Usuki

South China Sea Arbitration and the Protection of the Marine Environment: Evolution of unclos Part xii Through Interpretation and the Duty to Cooperate 166

Chie Kojima

Notes and CommentariesChina’s Deep Seabed Law: Towards “Reasonably Appropriate” Environmental Legislation for Exploration and Exploitation of Deep Sea Minerals in the Area 183

Xiangxin Xu, Guobin Zhang and Guifang (Julia) Xue

Further Developments in Fukushima and Other New Movements for Implementing International Human Rights Law in Japan 202

Kanami Ishibashi

Status and International Cooperation Aspects of Air Quality Control Laws and Policies in Korea 211

Taegil Kim and Eonkyung Park

The Waste You Left Behind: Polluter Liability as Tort Korean Supreme Court Decision (2009 Da 66549) 223

Kyu Rang Kim and Seong Won Lee

Legal MaterialsParticipation in Multilateral Treaties 235

Karin Arts

State Practice of Asian Countries in International Law

Sumaiya Khair (Bangladesh) 260

Kanami Ishibashi (Japan) 276

Buhm-Suk Baek (Korea) 282

Shaun Kang (Malaysia) 292

Jay L. Batongbacal (Philippines) 299

Jaclyn Neo and Rachel Tan Xi’En (Singapore) 306

Danushka S. Medawatte (Sri Lanka) 315

Kitti Jayangakula (Thailand) 321

Tran Viet Dung (Vietnam) 329

LiteratureBook Review 341

Lowell Bautista

International Law in Asia: A Bibliographic Survey – 2015 346

Lowell Bautista

dila Events2015 dila International Conference and 2015 dila Academy & Workshop 367

Seokwoo Lee and Hee Eun Lee

Articles from Volume 1 to Volume 20 of the Asian Yearbook of International Law 370

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