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Asia’s problem is China’s false memory syndrome

Asia’s problem is China’s false memory syndrome

Bill Hayton

The South China Sea is where China’s ambitions meet American power and Asian nervousness. In the past few months armed Chinese Coastguard ships have rammed their Vietnamese rivals, blockaded Philippine outposts, disrupted Malaysian oil surveys and threatened Indonesian fisheries protection vessels. 1,014 more words

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South China Sea: Still no evidence of historical Chinese claims

The Nation

By Bill Hayton

A Chinese submarine surfaces in the South China Sea, the focus of regional disputes over island chains and rocky atolls. 1,208 more words

South China Sea Dispute With China Sparks Vietnamese Patriotism

In this May 7, 2012 file photo released by China’s Xinhua News Agency, Haiyang Shiyou oil rig 981, the first deep-water drilling rig developed in China, is pictured at 320 kilometers (200 miles) southeast of Hong Kong in the South China Sea. 710 more words

The Roots of Historic Title: Non-Western Pre-Colonial Normative Systems and Legal Resolution of Territorial Disputes

The Roots of Historic Title: Non-Western Pre-Colonial Normative Systems and Legal Resolution of Territorial Disputes

James D. Fry and Melissa H. Loja

Leiden Journal of International Law (2014) 373 more words

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Malaysia and Brunei: An Analysis of their Claims in the South China Sea

Malaysia and Brunei: An Analysis of their Claims in the South China Sea

J. Ashley Roach

CNA Occasional Paper

 

Foreword by CNA Senior Fellow Michael McDevitt… 1,091 more words
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Philippine Claims in the South China Sea: A Legal Analysis

Philippine Claims in the South China Sea: A Legal Analysis

Mark E. Rosen, JD, LLM

CNA Occasional Paper

This is the third of three legal analyses commissioned as part of a project entitled “U.S. 456 more words

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China versus Vietnam: An Analysis of the Competing Claims in the South China Sea

China versus Vietnam: An Analysis of the Competing Claims in the South China Sea

Raul (Pete) Pedrozo

CNA Occasional Paper, 2014

This legal analysis was commissioned as part of a project entitled, “U.S. 249 more words

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