The ruling of a tribunal at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague regarding the South China Sea is out. As was widely expected, it largely favored the Philippines’ position. The Chinese government has declared the ruling invalid, said it would not accept it, and said it will not change anything.While release of the ruling was a tense moment, no country has yet taken any action. On the contrary, there have been statements supporting each position, but also more conciliatory words.So how do we evaluate the ruling, and the various responses to it? What happens now? And what can be done to resolve the issue? These questions and more on this edition of Today where we discuss the South China Sea ruling.