Expert comment | Dr Wim Muller
A Return to the Rule of Law in the South China Sea?
The UNCLOS tribunal’s ruling that it has jurisdiction in the case brought by the Philippines will likely improve prospects for the rule of law in the South China Sea – and it is in China’s interest to contribute to this development.
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December 2012, Volume 68, Number 6
Clare MacCarthy writes for The Economist from Copenhagen
‘Flexicurity’ is under strain and generous Nordic welfare states are getting meaner
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