SIPRI, Signalistgatan 9, Solna
In the wake of the 12 July 2016 ruling on the South China Sea by the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague, China and the Philippines have demonstrated marked differences in response. While Indonesia is not a claimant, it is among the countries in South East Asia that are impacted by this ruling.
HE Hassan Wirajuda, former Foreign Minister of Indonesia, will discuss how The Hague’s ruling impacts classification based on maritime features and historic rights to explore its wider implications for South East Asia and maritime law under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.
Programme: 12.30 coffee will be served
HE Hassan Wirajuda, former Foreign Minister of Indonesia
Dr Lora Saalman, Director, SIPRI Programme on China and Global Security
Dan Smith, Director, SIPRI
Please confirm your participation by 30 September to Ms Cynthia Loo, SIPRI Senior Management Assistant, Tel: 08-655 97 51, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.