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Power, Law, and Maritime Order in the South China Sea

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Edited by: Tran Truong Thuy, Le Thuy Trang

ISBN13: 9781498512763
Published: August 2015
Publisher: Lexington Books
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
Price: £75.00



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Over the last few decades there has been growing recognition of the importance of a peaceful and stable South China Sea for Indo-Pacific security and development, a recognition that has been underlain, paradoxically, by the increasingly precarious situation in this body of water that straddles critical shipping lanes from the Indian to the Pacific Ocean.

This book informs its readership of the most recent developments in the South China Sea with insightful and prescient analyses from both legal and international relations perspectives. It delves into the policy perspectives and deliberations of the various relevant regional and extra-regional actors in the South China Sea dispute, the exercise of international law in the context of the changing regional political landscape, and the promise and pitfalls of past, current, and potential initiatives to manage and settle the dispute. Written by some of the most well-known scholars and knowledgeable insiders in the fields South China Sea studies, the collection offers a wide array of diverse views that should help enrich the ongoing global discussion on conflict management and resolution in the South China Sea.

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Subjects:
Public International Law
Contents:
Part I: Power Play and Recent Developments in the South China Sea
Chapter 1: South China Sea developments: ASEAN unity restored, Sino-Philippine tensions and ASEAN-China consultations on a Code of Conduct, Carlyle A. Thayer
Chapter 2: Review of the DOC and prospects of a COC: An ASEAN's perspective, Termsak Chalermpalanupap
Chapter 3: China's changing approach to the South China Sea issue, Nong Hong
Chapter 4: US interests in the South China Sea: International law and peaceful dispute resolution, Gregory Poling
Chapter 5: Japan and the South China Sea: In the context of new East Asian power relations, Kazuhiko Togo
Chapter 6: The 2002 Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea: Why has not it brought more peace and cooperation?, Stein Tonnesson

Part II: International Law, UNCLOS, and the South China Sea
Chapter 7: Disputed areas in the South China Sea, Robert Beckman
Chapter 8: Graduations between land and sea: Recent developments and emerging clarity?, Clive Schofield & Ian Townsend-Gault
Chapter 9: Rights and jurisdiction over resources and obligations of coastal states: Validity of historic rights claims, Clive Symmons
Chapter 10: Extended continental shelves in the South China Sea: Delimitation prospects and challenges, Jay Batongbacal
Chapter 11: Maritime regulation and enforcement: The legal framework for the South China Sea, Donald R. Rothwell
Chapter 12: Joint development in the South China Sea: Selected issues, Nguyen Dang Thang

Part III: Conflict Management and Resolution and the Future of the South China Sea
Chapter 13: Managing tensions in the South China Sea: Comparing the China-Philippines and the China-Vietnam approaches, Li Jianwei & Ramses Amer
Chapter 14: Conflict resolution in the South China Sea: An overview of progress made and remaining challenges, Ramses Amer & Nguyen Hong Thao
Chapter 15: Establishing a marine peace park in the South China Sea: An option for implementing the DOC, Vu Hai Dang
Chapter 16: Code of Conduct and the prevention and management of incidents in the South China Sea, Tran Truong Thuy
Chapter 17: Some legal aspects of the Philippines-China arbitration under Annex VII of the UNCLOS, Pham Lan Dung & Nguyen Ngoc Lan
Chapter 18: Beyond Territorial and Maritime Disputes:The South China Sea as a Center of Global Rivalry or Platform for Prosperity?, Ian Storey