Control Risks' Andrew Gilholm says China will continue to vocalize that it rejects the tribunal's ruling as top U.S. officials visit Asia.
Rodrigo Duterte will hold his first national security council following his landslide election victory.
The Philippines' new president holds his first security council meeting Monday, and The Hague's ruling will be top of the agenda.
World Policy Institute's James Nolt says China and the Philippines might sit on the discussion table given the importance of trade ties.
The Philippine might have won The Hague's ruling but China has the operational upper hand in the South China Sea, says DLSU's Richard Heydarian.
Beijing will be aggressive over the issue in the short term, experts say, but does want to get along with its neighbors.
With the Brexit causing a U.K. investment slowdown, some start-ups are looking to Asia for their next funding round.
Up to eight Chinese ships will offer cruises to the South China Sea over the next five years, as Beijing promotes tourism to the disputed waters.
A Chinese admiral has warned that freedom of navigation patrols carried out by foreign navies in the South China Sea could end "in disaster."
The U.S. is persuading Asian nations not to move aggressively after a court ruling denied China's claims to the South China Sea.
The world will now be watching with bated breath as to what President Xi Jinping’s course of action will be.
The Philippines is content with a modest acknowledgment of its victory in an international court against China. This is probably a wise move.
China pulled out the rhetorical big guns after The Hague's decision it did not have rights to the South China Sea.
Following The Hague's ruling, heightened tensions could endanger Beijing's ties with Southeast Asia and hurt President Xi's international credibility.
It is questionable whether China gave up its historical claims by ratifying the UN Conventions on the Law of the Sea, says APIIL's Daniel Fung.
Whether China adheres to The Hague's ruling will be a defining moment in its relationship with the great powers, says The Pain Report's Jonathan Pain.
With global fixed income yields low, Asia and emerging market bonds and credit offer attractive returns, a portfolio manager at Fidelity told CNBC.
China doesn't seem to be willing to compromise with the Philippine over rights in the South China Sea, the World Policy Institute's James Nolt says.
China believes that it has the right to conduct activities on the reefs, but it has not said it would continue, says Fudan University's Shen Dingli.
Even if China were to withdraw from the treaty, The Hague's decision can't be repealed and is legally binding, says NYU Law's Isaac Kardon.