Judges at an arbitration tribunal in The Hague on Tuesday rejected China's claims to economic rights across large swathes of the South China Sea in a ruling that will be claimed as a victory by the Philippines.
A tribunal finds China has no "historic title" over waters of the South China Sea, reports CNBC's Sara Eisen.
The Hague ruling will be a good indicator of Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte handles foreign policy issues, says Aaron Connelly from Lowy Institute for International Policy.
Aaron Connelly, Research fellow at Lowy Institute for International policy, raises the possibility that China may retaliate to the Hague ruling by building on Scarborough Shoal.
Rodger Baker, VP of Strategic Intelligence at Stratfor, examines the role that the US is playing in the territorial disputes in the South China Sea.
Rodger Baker at Stratfor explains how the international tribunal at the Hague will likely work in the Phillipines' favor.
A landmark decision legal decision on the South China Sea dispute comes as tensions heat up in the region.
China is set to hear some major news about the South China Sea on Tuesday, and it's likely to have a profound impact on the busiest commercial waterway on earth.
Two nickel ore mines have been suspended in the Philippines for environmental violations as a nationwide crackdown led by the mining minister begins.
Days ahead of a ruling by an international tribunal over disputes in the South China Sea, China has stepped up its rhetoric.
China is concerned about The Hague's ruling on South China Sea issues but will be on its best behavior ahead of the G20 summit, says CSIS' Bonnie Glaser.
China "must be prepared" for any military confrontation in the South China Sea, the country's Global Times newspaper said in an editorial Tuesday.
Thailand, Philippine and Indonesia have offered more than ten percent returns year-to-date in dollar terms, says Ecognosis Advisory's Andrew Freris.
Xi Jinping used the Communist Party's 95th birthday to warn that the biggest threats to the ruling Communist Party are corruption and security.
If you've followed the upheavals in Southeast Asian politics over the last few decades, you'll be familiar with the phenomenon of the Rent-a-Mob.
Luis Costa, head of CEEMEA FX and rates strategy at Citi, discusses the investment prospects for the Philippines and says he remains positive.
Richard Javad Heydarian from De La Salle University discusses the Phillipines' outlook with CNBC's Martin Soong.
The Hague will soon issue a judgement on China's disputes with the Philippines over the South China Sea. China says it will have none of it.
Duterte is pragmatic enough to know that he needs the private sector involved in the Philippine's infrastructure reforms, says Invesco's Jalil Rasheed.
There will be serious human rights concerns if there is a sharp spike in vigilante violence amid Duterte's anti-crime drive, says CSIS' Gregory Poling.