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Conflicts in South China Sea and Their Implications and Resolutions Viewed from the Spirit of International Law:Taking Territorial Dispute between China and the Philippines over the Nansha Islands as Example

The Philippines' legislative determination to show its sovereignty over the Nansha islands has infringed China's inherent territorial sovereignty and intensified the conflicts in the South China Sea.The complex international background and geographical conditions for the tension makes this territorial dispute typical and instructive in understanding the conflicts in the South China Sea,and it also decides China's diplomatic strategy to handle such issues.In light of the pre-empt principle,China is doubtlessly entitled to the territorial sovereignty over the Nansha Islands whereas the Philippines' principle of national security for its territorial claim is groundless in jurisprudence and finds no justification in the cases of the ICJ.A legal analysis of the case will contribute to China's formulation of workable diplomatic strategy and reasonable claims.Meanwhile,better understanding of the international background of the diplomatic and judicial means will result in the peaceful settlement of the marine conflicts between China and the Philippines as well as those in the South China Sea.
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