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[Sino-US Relations] Major Law and Policy Issues in the South China Sea: European and American Perspectives Major Law and Policy Issues in the South China Sea: European and American Perspectives
  • ,2014
  • ISBN:    (Pages:324)
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         Major law and policy issues in the South China Sea are discussed mainly from the perspectives of leading American and European scholars in the study of the complex South China Sea disputes. The issues include regional maritime cooperation and regime building, Southeast Asian countries’ responses to the Chinese assertiveness, China’s historic claims, maritime boundary delimitation and excessive maritime claims, military activities and the law of the sea, freedom of navigation and its impact on the problem, the dispute between Vietnam and China, confidence-building measures and U.S.-Taiwan-China relations in the South China Sea, and Taiwan’s role in the resolution to the South China Sea issues. Over the past three years, there have been several incidents in the South China Sea between the claimants, and also between the claimants and non-claimants over fisheries, collection of seismic data, exploration for oil and gas resources, and exercise of freedom of navigation. Third party concerns and involvement in the South China Sea disputes have been increasing as manifested in actions taken by the United States, India, and Japan. It is therefore important to examine South China Sea disputes from the legal and political perspective and from the view point of American and European experts who have been studying South China Sea issues for many years.  (節錄〈封底〉,歐美所研究員宋燕輝先生)




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           List of Figures and Table                                                                                         ix
           List of Editors and Contributors    xi
           Acknowledgments xvii

    

           Part I Introduction  
                   1. South China Sea Issues in European American Perspectives: An Introduction 
                       Yann-huei Song and Keyuan Zou
   3
           Part II General Assessment of South China Sea Issues  
                   2. Regional Maritime Cooperation in the South China Sea: COBSEA and PEMSEA
                       Jon M. Van Dyke and Sherry P. Broder
  17
                   3. China-ASEAN and the South China Sea: Chinese Assertiveness and
                       Southeast Asian Responses
                       Carlyle A. Thayer
  25
           Part III Major Legal Issues in the South China Sea  
                   4. An Analysis of China’s Claim to Historic Rights in the South China Sea
                      Peter A. Dutton
  57
                   5. Possibility of US Accession to the LOS Convention and its Potential Impact on 
                       State Practices
and Maritime Claims in the South China Sea
                       Yann-huei Song
  75
                   6. Maritime Boundary Delimitation, Excessive Claims and Effective Regime
                       Building in the South China Sea
                       Sam Bateman
119
                   7. Bringing the South Pole to the South China Sea: Towards the Establishment
                       of an International Regime for Peace and Security
                       Keyuan Zou
137
                   8. Bringing the North Pole to the South China Sea: Dots and Lines on Maps and
                       their Explanation
                       Erik Franckx
161 
             Part IV Major Policy Issues in the South China Sea  
                   9. Close Encounters of the Maritime Kind: Freedom of Navigation and its Impact
                       on the South China Sea Problem
                       Geoffrey Till
177
                  10. Jockeying for Position in the South China Sea: Cooperative Strategy 
                        or Managed Conflict?
                        Theresa Fallon
197
                  11. Could China and Vietnam Resolve the Conflicts in the South China Sea? 
                        Stein Tønnesson
207
                  12. The South China Sea: A Piece in the Global Naval Encirclement Strategy of
                        Taiwan by Mainland China
                        Daniel Schaeffer
245
              Part V Taiwan’s Participation in the South China Sea Dialogue Process  
                   13. Confidence-Building Measures in the South China Sea and Implications for 
                         US-Taiwan-China Relations
                         Cheng-yi Lin
257
                   14. The South China Sea Workshop Process and the Need for Taiwan’s 
                         Continuing Involvement in Regional Ocean Initiatives 
                         Ian Townsend-Gault
277 
               Part VI Conclusion  
                    15. Conclusions and Further Reflections
                          Yann-huei Song and Keyuan Zou
289
               Index 299 
 


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