1. Roundtable: The Arbitral Tribunal’s Ruling on the South China Sea — Implications and Regional Responses
  2. Ian Storey
  3. pp. 337-338
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  1. A Landmark Decision in the South China Sea: The Scope and Implications of the Arbitral Tribunal’s Award
  2. Clive Schofield
  3. pp. 339-347
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  1. The Philippines and the Arbitral Tribunal’s Award: A Sombre Victory and Uncertain Times Ahead
  2. Lowell Bautista
  3. pp. 349-355
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  1. The South China Sea Arbitral Tribunal Award: Political and Legal Implications for China
  2. Nong Hong
  3. pp. 356-361
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  1. Taiwan and the Arbitral Tribunal’s Ruling: Responses and Future Challenges
  2. Anne Hsiu-An Hsiao
  3. pp. 362-369
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  1. The South China Sea Award: Legal Implications for Vietnam
  2. Nguyen Thi Lan Anh
  3. pp. 369-374
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  1. Malaysia’s Approach to the South China Sea Dispute after the Arbitral Tribunal’s Ruling
  2. Prashanth Parameswaran
  3. pp. 375-381
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  1. The Domestic Politics of Indonesia’s Approach to the Tribunal Ruling and the South China Sea
  2. Evan A. Laksmana
  3. pp. 382-388
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  1. Deciphering the Shift in America’s South China Sea Policy
  2. Phuong Nguyen
  3. pp. 389-421
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  1. Xi Jinping’s Foreign Policy Dilemma: One Belt, One Road or the South China Sea?
  2. Wenjuan Nie
  3. pp. 422-444
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  1. Russia’s Image and Soft Power Resources in Southeast Asia: Perceptions among Young Elites in Laos, Thailand and Vietnam
  2. Alexander Bukh
  3. pp. 445-475
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  1. Campaigning for All Indonesians: The Politics of Healthcare in Indonesia
  2. Eunsook Jung
  3. pp. 476-494
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  1. Reflections of a Reformed Jihadist: The Story of Wan Min Wan Mat
  2. Kumar Ramakrishna
  3. pp. 495-522
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  1. The Pivot: The Future of American Statecraft in Asia by Kurt M. Campbell (review)
  2. Simon Long
  3. pp. 523-525
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  1. Thai Politics: Between Democracy and Its Discontents by Daniel H. Unger and Chandra Mahakanjana (review)
  2. Aim Sinpeng
  3. pp. 526-528
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  1. Activism and Aid: Young Citizens’ Experiences of Development and Democracy in Timor-Leste by Ann Wigglesworth (review)
  2. Angie Bexley
  3. pp. 536-539
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  1. The Politics of Aid to Burma: A Humanitarian Struggle on the Thai–Burmese Border by Anne Décobert (review)
  2. Carine Jaquet
  3. pp. 540-542
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  1. The Handbook of Contemporary Cambodia ed. by Katherine Brickell and Simon Springer (review)
  2. Veronika Stepkova
  3. pp. 543-545
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  1. Humanizing the Sacred: Sisters in Islam and the Struggle for Gender Justice in Malaysia by Azza Basarudin (review)
  2. Rusaslina Idrus
  3. pp. 546-548
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