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China’s U-Shaped Claims – by Huy Duong | The Diplomat Blog

09 June 2011

by Huy Duong | The Diplomat Blog – Late last month, tension in the South China Sea was ratcheted up a further when three Chinese [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion, SEAS

The South China Sea Disputes: Why Conflict is not Inevitable? – by Rukmani Gupta | IDSA

17 October 2011

by Rukmani Gupta | IDSA - The South China Sea issue and China’s position on it have become subjects of much deliberation, especially since the ASEAN [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion, SEAS, UNCLOS

Disputed waters are rising in the South China Sea – by Huy Duong | RSIS

11 July 2012

by Huy Duong | RSIS - Disputes over maritime space in the South China Sea appear intractable. Since 2011 claimants have been unable to agree even [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion, SEAS

The EU & The South China Sea: A Role to Play? – by Peter Solomon | The Risky Shift

07 August 2012

by Peter Solomon | The Risky Shift - The European Union has established a gateway into East Asia’s vast markets through the South China Sea and [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion, SEAS, U-shaped line

South China Sea conflict generates uncertainty and insecurity – by Tuong Nguyen | Global Post

24 August 2012

by Tuong Nguyen | Global Post - PARIS, France — A recent article, “China’s South China Sea jurisdictional claims: when politics and law collide,” published in the [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion, SEAS

South China Sea: Not Just About “Free Navigation” – by Denny Roy | Asia Pacific Bulletin

04 September 2012

by Denny Roy | Asia Pacific Bulletin - HONOLULU — The South China Sea territorial dispute increasingly looks like a point of strategic friction between the [...] Continue Reading

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Trouble in the South China Sea – by Bonnie Glaser | Foreign Policy

17 September 2012

by Bonnie Glaser | Foreign Policy -  With China and Japan at odds over disputed islands to the east, the potential for conflict in the south may seem muted [...] Continue Reading

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China’s “U-shaped Line” in the South China Sea – by Huy Duong | Asia Sentinel

19 September 2012

(C) Huy Duong | Asia Sentinel China’s four possible positions China’s claims to the disputed islands in the South China Sea and their inclusion on a [...] Continue Reading

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