Solving Disputes for Regional Cooperation and Development in the South China Sea

This book discusses the South China Sea dispute from a Chinese perspective with regards to history, law, international politics, the economy, diplomacy and military affairs. Not only does it detail China’s official position on the sovereignty and maritime disputes in the South China Sea, but also provides analyses of the related factors influencing the origin and development of these disputes. It further assesses the complexity, internationalisation and long-term struggle over the South China Sea and China’s efforts in dispute resolution. Solving Disputes for Regional Cooperation and Development aims to help readers better understand a Chinese perspective on the complexity of the South China Sea disputes, including competition over the sovereignty of the islets, islands regime and its impact on maritime delimitation, overlapping maritime claims, and how the adjacent states can cooperate for resource development in the South China Sea. This title is highly pertinent in the context of the growing attention paid to potential international conflicts in the South China Sea, and covers a wide range of topics including history, law, international politics, economy, diplomacy and military affairs. Highly pertinent in the context of the growing attention paid to potential international conflicts in the South China Sea Covers a wide range of topics including history, law, international politics, economy, diplomacy and military affairs One of the very few books written by a Chinese scholar in English in this area

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  • Author : Shicun Wu
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 200 pages
  • ISBN : 1780633556
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Solving Disputes for Regional Cooperation and Development in the South China Sea

Solving Disputes for Regional Cooperation and Development in the South China Sea
  • Author : Shicun Wu
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 30 September 2013
GET THIS BOOKSolving Disputes for Regional Cooperation and Development in the South China Sea

This book discusses the South China Sea dispute from a Chinese perspective with regards to history, law, international politics, the economy, diplomacy and military affairs. Not only does it detail China’s official position on the sovereignty and maritime disputes in the South China Sea, but also provides analyses of the related factors influencing the origin and development of these disputes. It further assesses the complexity, internationalisation and long-term struggle over the South China Sea and China’s efforts in

The South China Sea

The South China Sea
  • Author : Christopher John Jenner,Truong Thuy Tran
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 04 July 2022
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"As a primary trade route for more than half of the world's shipping, the location of potentially huge oil and gas reserves, and the main source of protein in maritime South- East Asia, the South China Sea is a governing determinant of security, prosperity and development in East Asia and the wider Indo-Pacific region. The disputes in the South China Sea have long been seen as a source of tension and instability in the region. Although peace has been maintained

Recent Developments in the South China Sea Dispute

Recent Developments in the South China Sea Dispute
  • Author : Wu Shicun,Nong Hong
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 30 May 2014
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The South China Sea region contains potentially huge deposits of petroleum and natural gas, important shipping lanes and fishing areas, and is subject to a number of maritime territorial disputes. This edited volume analyzes the most recent development in the South China Sea dispute looking at the positions taken by China, the ASEAN countries, and the US. In recent years maritime joint development zones have emerged as an important means to overcome deadlock in relation to maritime jurisdictional claims. This

Rethinking South China Sea Disputes

Rethinking South China Sea Disputes
  • Author : Katherine Hui-Yi Tseng
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 08 December 2016
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The proposed book draws on the on-going South China Sea dispute, and the multifaceted challenges wrought by the South China Sea issue that requires an inter-disciplinary perspective. It employs legal-analytical methods, to emphasize the nuances of the role and interpretation of international law and treaties by China in different periods, while taking into account policy and strategic concerns, which generally cast great sways in decision-making. The re-introduction of interdisciplinary concerns straddling law and history illustrates that the historical dimension, which

Arbitration Concerning the South China Sea

Arbitration Concerning the South China Sea
  • Author : Shicun Wu,Keyuan Zou
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 02 March 2016
GET THIS BOOKArbitration Concerning the South China Sea

On 22 January 2013, the Republic of the Philippines instituted arbitral proceedings against the People’s Republic of China (PRC) under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) with regard to disputes between the two countries in the South China Sea. The South China Sea Arbitration is a landmark case in international law because of the parties involved, the legal questions to be decided and the absence of one of the parties. As revealed in its official statements,

Maritime and Territorial Disputes in the South China Sea

Maritime and Territorial Disputes in the South China Sea
  • Author : Yih-Jye Hwang,Edmund Frettingham
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 10 March 2021
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This edited volume rethinks the relationship between power and law in the age of China’s rise by examining recent developments in the South China Sea (SCS). The contributors explore different interpretations of international law on the legal status of the contested islands and rocks and provide detailed analyses of the contested concepts and provisions, the 2016 ruling by the SCS arbitration tribunal, as well as the environmental, economic, and political impacts of the ruling. This book facilitates a more meaningful

Maritime Disputes and International Law

Maritime Disputes and International Law
  • Author : Constantinos Yiallourides
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 20 May 2019
GET THIS BOOKMaritime Disputes and International Law

The settlement of the maritime boundary disputes between China and Japan in the East China Sea, and between Greece and Turkey in the Aegean Sea, is politically deadlocked. While diplomatic settlement efforts have been ongoing for the past several decades, neither side in each case appears prepared to back down from its respective maritime and territorial claims. Several incidents at sea have occurred, prompting diplomatic protests, military standoffs, even exchange of fire. The existing status quo is inherently unstable and

Building a Normative Order in the South China Sea

Building a Normative Order in the South China Sea
  • Author : Tran Truong Thuy,John B. Welfield,Le Thuy Trang
  • Publisher : Edward Elgar Publishing
  • Release : 04 July 2022
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The South China Sea, where a number of great powers and regional players contend for influence, has emerged as one of the most potentially explosive regions in the world today. What can be done to reduce the possibility of conflict, solve the outstanding territorial problems, and harness the potential of the sea to promote regional development, environmental sustainability and security? This book, with contributions from leading authorities in China, the Philippines, Vietnam, Australia, Singapore and the United States, seeks to

China's Policy towards the South China Sea

China's Policy towards the South China Sea
  • Author : Lingqun Li
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 19 February 2018
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This book provides an explanation of Chinese policy towards the South China Sea, and argues that this has been sculpted by the changing dynamics of the law of the sea in conjunction with regional geopolitical flux. The past few decades have witnessed a bifurcated trend in China’s management of territorial disputes. Over the years, while China gradually calmed and settled most land-border disputes with its neighbors, disputes on the ocean frontier continued to simmer in a seething cauldron. China's

The South China Sea

The South China Sea
  • Author : Leszek Buszynski,Do Thanh Hai
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 11 December 2019
GET THIS BOOKThe South China Sea

This book explores the very latest developments in the South China Sea maritime dispute. It examines the South China Sea as an arena for geostrategic competition between China and the United States and why the dispute is so important for regional and global geopolitics. It outlines the most recent developments in the sea itself and assesses the role of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the current views of the contesting claimants. It considers the position of countries

UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and the South China Sea

UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and the South China Sea
  • Author : Shicun Wu,Mark Valencia
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 09 March 2016
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Research on The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) is a valuable addition to understanding the political situation in the potentially volatile South China Sea region. This book covers topics such as baselines, historic title and rights, due regard and abuse of rights, peaceful use of the ocean, navigation regimes, marine scientific research, intelligence gathering, the UNCLOS dispute settlement system and regional common heritage. In search of varying viewpoints, the authors in this book come from

Chinese Assertiveness in the South China Sea

Chinese Assertiveness in the South China Sea
  • Author : Richard Q. Turcsányi
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 27 October 2017
GET THIS BOOKChinese Assertiveness in the South China Sea

This book offers an assessment of China’s assertive foreign policy behavior with a special focus on Chinese policies in the South China Sea (SCS). By providing a detailed account of the events in the SCS and by analyzing power dynamics in the region, it identifies the driving forces behind China’s assertive foreign policy. Considering China’s power on a domestic as well as an international level, it examines a number of different sources of hard and soft power,

Dividing ASEAN and Conquering the South China Sea

Dividing ASEAN and Conquering the South China Sea
  • Author : Daniel C. O’Neill
  • Publisher : Hong Kong University Press
  • Release : 04 September 2018
GET THIS BOOKDividing ASEAN and Conquering the South China Sea

The “ASEAN Way” is based on the principle of consensus; any individual member state effectively has a veto over any proposal with which it disagrees. Dividing ASEAN and Conquering the South China Sea analyzes how China uses its influence to divide ASEAN countries in order to prevent them from acting collectively to resolve their territorial disputes with China in the South China Sea. Using comparative case studies of China’s relations with Cambodia, the Philippines, and Myanmar, O’Neill argues

Regional Institutions, Geopolitics and Economics in the Asia-Pacific

Regional Institutions, Geopolitics and Economics in the Asia-Pacific
  • Author : Steven B. Rothman,Utpal Vyas,Yoichiro Sato
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 21 April 2017
GET THIS BOOKRegional Institutions, Geopolitics and Economics in the Asia-Pacific

This volume discusses the relationship between economics, geopolitics and regional institutional growth and development in the Asia-Pacific region. How do states (re)define their relationships amid the current global power transition? How do rival actors influence the rules and formation of new institutions for their own benefit? What role will institutions take as independent actors in influencing and constraining the behavior of states? Institutional development in Asia is characterized by idiosyncratic and diverse motivations (both material and non-material), a variety