sabato 16 luglio 2016

Domenico Losurdo intervistato da China Central Television sulla questione del Mare Cinese Meridionale

The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague has no right of arbitration over territory disputes and its involvement in the South China Sea dispute may cause global tension, said an Italian expert in an exclusive interview with China Central Television (CCTV) on Friday.

Domenico Losurdo, emeritus professor of University of Urbino, said China always insists on bilateral negotiations when solving problems and have made great advancements in resolving border disputes.

"I've done some research in regards to this and have written it in my books. China has some territory disputes with its neighboring countries. But China resolved all the disputes through bilateral negotiations. China has made great progress to solve these territory disputes," said Losurdo...

South China Sea arbitration likely to stir more regional tensions: Italian expert
Global Times 2016-7-8 23:21:19
The forthcoming arbitration on the South China Sea dispute by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague is likely to stir more tensions in the region, said an Italian expert.
"I reckon the judgement of the court will not help the dialogue between the two parties involved, China and the Philippines, but rather worsen the crisis," Domenico Losurdo, a famous Italian historical philosopher and professor at the University of Urbino, told Xinhua in a recent interview.

"Bilateral negotiations would be instead the most effective path to solve the dispute," he added.

The two countries had already reached an agreement on settling their South China Sea disputes through bilateral negotiations in the mid-1990s, and again in the early 2000...

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