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Maritime security in the South China Sea

Shicun Wu

Maritime security in the South China Sea

regional implications and international cooperation

by Shicun Wu

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Published by Ashgate in Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Maritime terrorism -- South China Sea -- Prevention -- International cooperation,
  • National security -- South China Sea -- International cooperation,
  • South China Sea -- Navigation -- Safety measures -- International cooperation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementby Shicun Wu and Keyuan Zou.
    SeriesCorbett Centre for Maritime Policy studies series
    ContributionsZou, Keyuan.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsVK113.S66 W8 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23223844M
    ISBN 109780754677277, 9780754694434
    LC Control Number2009018255

      The South China Sea is a major strategic waterway for trade and oil shipments to Japan, Korea as well as southern China. It has been the focus of a maritime dispute which has continued now for over six decades, with competing claims from China, Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia and Brunei. China accused the U.S. of meddling in relations between China and Southeast Asian countries Tuesday, saying the U.S. “deliberately stokes territorial and maritime disputes.” The comment by a.

    By the mid s, the focus of Chinese naval policy shifted to what China calls the “far seas” — that is, the waters beyond the “first island chain” that bounds the South China Sea. This book examines the South China Sea territorial disputes from the perspective of international order. The authors argue that both China and the US are attempting to impose their respective preferre Security and Development book series (GSD) Log in to check access. Buy eBook. USD Developments in Regional Maritime Order from the.

      "The attempts made by the US concerning the South China Sea can only make China more firmly defend its own sovereignty and security, and to maintain peace and stability in the South China Sea. Much of the media coverage regarding Pompeo’s latest policy statement focused on its explicit rejection of bulk of China’s claims in the South China Sea as ‘unlawful’. Headlines suggested that this was a major shift in American foreign policy, when in fact such a shift can be dated to as early as , when the US State Department.


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In an international security environment described as one of renewed great power competition, the South China Sea (SCS) has emerged as an arena of U.S.-China strategic competition. Australia and Vietnam, the most outspoken maritime claimant, issued a joint statement last year to express “serious concerns about developments in the South China Sea, including land reclamation.

This article addresses Japan’s role in maritime security in the South China Sea. It identifies Tokyo’s three main policy tools: regional multilateralism, ODA, and JCG aid to littoral states in the form of equipment and capacity building.

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On Monday, the U.S. State Department formally endorsed a international court ruling between the Philippines and China declaring Beijing’s maritime claims in the South China Sea illegal.

Beijing refuses to recognize the ruling and has continued to illegally lay claim to island territories, maritime zones, and offshore resources belonging to other Southeast Asian nations surrounding the. Press Statement by Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo,“U.S.

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