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The Collateral Damage from China’s ‘Great Wall of Sand’ – The Environmental Dimensions of the South China Sea Case

Author: Tim Stephens Legal Studies Research Paper No. 17/06, January 2017 Forthcoming in 2017 in Volume 34 of the Australian Year Book of International Law. Abstract This contribution to the Australian Year Book of International Law’s agora on the South China Sea case assesses its treatment of fisheries and environmental issues. These matters might seem only … Continue reading

Joint Development or Permanent Maritime Boundary: The Case of East Timor and Australia

Author: Nguyen Hong Thao Maritime Awareness Project, 24 January 2017 The following are the excerpts of the article: On January 9, 2017, Australia and Timor-Leste (also known as East Timor) entered a new chapter in their maritime disagreement with the release of a trilateral joint statement (PCA 2016-10) signed by the two relevant parties and … Continue reading

Implications of the July 2016 Arbitral Tribunal Ruling

Author: Nguyen Dang Thang National Asian Security Studies Program Issue Brief, Issue 1, No. 5.2 (2016) The following is an excerpt of the paper: Introduction For a considerable time now efforts to manage disputes and promote cooperation in the South China Sea have been inhibited by the lack of an equitably defined geography of disputed and … Continue reading

Is China Taking New Stance on the South China Sea Cooperation?

By AFP 21 July 2016 Amid China’s outrage over an international tribunal that rejected its territorial claims in the South China Sea, the country is using new language that some experts say shows Beijing wants to be more flexible. But it is too late? China has been on a public relations offensive to discredit The … Continue reading

China’s Influence in the South China Sea and the Failure of Joint Development

The following is an excerpt of book chapter by Ralf Emmers, “China’s Influence in the South China Sea and the Failure of Joint Development,” in Evelyn Goh, ed., Rising China’s Influence in Developing Asia (Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2016), DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198758518.003.0007. Abstract  This chapter examines China’s efforts to shelve the South China Sea territorial disputes by negotiating … Continue reading

Prospect for the joint development of Hydrocarbon resources in the South China Sea

Originally posted on South China Sea:
Prospect for the joint development of Hydrocarbon resources in the South China Sea Leonardo BERNARD Centre for International Law, National University of Singapore Conference on Maritime Confidence Building Measures in the South China Sea, Australian Strategic Policy Institute, August 2013 In areas with multiple claimants, such as the South…

Joint Development in the South China Sea

Originally posted on South China Sea:
Joint Development in the South China Sea Huy Duong cogitASIA With the South China Sea disputes remaining intractable, the need to manage them is paramount. Worldwide, joint development of disputed areas has proved to be a hallmark for managing disputes, yet this continues to elude the claimants to the…

A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s unilateral ban on fishing in the South China Sea? (The End)

Originally posted on South China Sea:
>>  Part 1 >> Part 2 >> Part 3 5. Perspectives for the establishment of a Bilateral MPAs Network between Vietnam and China This final section provides some general perspectives about how a bilateral network of MPAs between Vietnam and China might be established and managed, in order to…

A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s unilateral ban on fishing in the South China Sea? (Part 3)

Originally posted on South China Sea:
>>  A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s unilateral ban on fishing in the South China Sea? (Part 1) >>  >>  A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s…

A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s unilateral ban on fishing in the South China Sea? (Part 2)

Originally posted on South China Sea:
>>  A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s unilateral ban on fishing in the South China Sea? (Part 1) 2. The support of MPAs Network in international and regional texts The establishment of MPAs networks, in particular at the…

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