Routledge Handbook of the South China Sea (inbunden)
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Routledge Handbook of the South China Sea (inbunden)

Routledge Handbook of the South China Sea

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The Routledge Handbook of the South China Sea presents a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of South China Sea issues. It evaluates the dynamics of the latest developments and identifies factors that contribute to dispute settlement and a cooperative management regime of one of the most important seas in the world one which not only contains rich marine resources and distinctive biodiversity but is also a critical sea route for global trade and communications. The Handbook is divided into six parts, each representing a focused area of enquiry: History and geostrategic landscape Sovereignty and maritime entitlements South China Sea policies of major claimants Natural resources and environment Cooperation and institutions Challenges and prospects Written by world-renowned experts and scholars, with specialisms from geography to international law, the volumes 25 chapters contribute interdisciplinary perspectives, reflecting the impact of how South China Sea policies are shaped by national governments and international organizations. As such, the Handbook provides an authoritative reference to South China Sea Studies, useful for students and scholars of international relations, history, maritime and Asian studies.
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Part 1: History and Geostrategic Landscape 1. The South China Sea: Geographical Overview 2. The South China Sea: Historical Developments 3. Sea Lanes of Communication and Safety of Navigation 4. Maritime Security and Demilitarization Part 2: Sovereignty and Maritime Entitlements 5. The Territorial Sovereignty Disputes in the South China Sea 6. Competing Maritime Claims and Enduring Disputes in the South China Sea 7. The U-shaped Line and Its Legal Implications 8. Historic Rights and the South China Sea Part 3: South China Sea Policies of Major Claimants 9. China's South China Sea Policies 10. Malaysia and South China Sea Disputes: Applicability of International Law 11. Deciphering Duterte's Foreign Policy on the South China Sea 12. Vietnam's South China Sea Policy Part 4: Natural Resources and Environment 13. Fisheries Management in the South China Sea 14. Governance of Non-living Resources in the South China Sea 15. Biodiversity and Conservation 16. The South China Sea Environment: The Need for Formalised Institutional Interaction between Science, Policy and Law Part 5: Cooperation and Institutions 17. Semi-enclosed Sea Cooperation under UNCLOS 18. ASEAN and the South China Sea 19. From DOC to COC: A Regional Rule-based Order 20. Mainland China-Taiwan Interplay in the South China Sea 21. Cooperation Through Track II Mechanisms Part 6: Challenges and Prospects 22. Dispute Settlement Mechanisms for South China Sea Issues 23. The South China Sea Arbitration and Its Implications 24. US-China Rivalry in the South China Sea 25. Struggles for Prestige and Power: Command, Contest, and Confidence-building in the South China Sea, 960-2019