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FSI FI 2016-1: China Could and Should Learn a Lesson or Two from Africa in the Area of Peaceful Dispute Settlement

China has been seeking support from African states in its position against the Philippines' filing of an arbitration case. It is, however, important for China to note that African states have increasingly become more acceptant of the principle of dispute settlement through international courts and have gotten more involved in cases heard in these courts. Given such, this article highlights the differences between Chinese and African attitudes towards peaceful dispute settlement and probes into the lessons that China could learn from African states' experiences in the issue.

Foreign Service Institute
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Robles Jr, Alfredo, C. ; Peaceful Dispute Settlement; China-Africa relations; International Court of Justice; international law;
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Published in 2016 and available in the Foreign Service Institute 5th floor DFA Bldg., 2330 Roxas Blvd. Pasay City 1300 or Downloaded 106 times since October 25, 2018
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