Non-Traditional Security Issues and the South China Sea (inbunden)
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Wu, Dr. Shicun (series ed.)/Keyuan, Professor Zou (series ed.)/Wu, Dr. Shicun (series ed.)/Keyuan, Professor Zou (series ed.)
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Non-Traditional Security Issues and the South China Sea (inbunden)

Non-Traditional Security Issues and the South China Sea

Shaping a New Framework for Cooperation

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While there is abundant literature discussing non-traditional security issues, there is little mention of such issues existing in the South China Sea. This area is vulnerable to natural hazards and marine environmental degradation. The marine ecosystem is threatened by various adverse sources including land-based pollution, busy shipping lanes, and over-exploitation activities which threaten the security of the surrounding population. This area is also threatened by piracy and maritime crimes but law enforcement becomes difficult due to unclear maritime boundaries. This volume is designed to explore the security cooperation and regional approaches to these non-traditional security issues in the hope to build a peaceful environment and maintain international and regional security and order in the South China Sea region.
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Not about conflict but cooperation! This book could transform our thinking about the South China Sea. Stein Tnnesson, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Norway and Uppsala University, Sweden Non-Traditional Security Issues in the South China Sea represents a timely and much-needed compendium of scholarly perspectives on critically important yet oft-neglected, if unconventional, security issues in the context of arguably the Asia-Pacifics most troublesome and sensitive maritime flashpoints. While the issues covered are diverse - encompassing security cooperation, combating piracy, environmental security, energy issues and the impacts of climate change - the quality of the contributions included is consistently excellent and together provide vital insights and avenues for cooperation in this sensitive potential arena for conflict. An essential read for anyone interested in the South China Sea and Asia-Pacific security issues more widely conceived. Clive Schofield, University of Wollongong, Australia

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Shicun Wu, PhD, is currently President of National Institute for South China Sea Studies. Visiting scholar to the School of Advanced International Studies(SAIS) of John Hopkins University in 1998, to the Seminar on the Dynamics of US Foreign Policy-Regional Security sponsored by U.S. Government in 1999, and senior research fellow with Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies in 2001, and the Harvard Kennedy School in 2008. His research focuses on history and geography on the South China Sea, ocean delimitation, international relations and regional security strategy. His main publication includes Maritime Security in the South China Sea: Regional Implications and International Cooperation (2009)Origin and Development of Spratly Disputes (2010), Collection of Literatures on the South China Sea Issues, A Bibliography of Research on the South China Sea, The Issue of the South China Sea Islands in the Time of the Republic of China (1911-1949), Contest on the South China Sea and Zheng Hes Voyages to the Indian Ocean, Historical background on the 1943 Sino-British New Treaty, On Relativity of Cognition of the History, The Foundation of Sino-ASEAN Free Trade Zone and Cross-Strait Commercial Relations, Imperative Task-the Exploitation of South China Sea Resources, etc. Keyuan Zou is Harris Professor of International Law at the Lancashire Law School of the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), United Kingdom. He specializes in international law, in particular law of the sea and international environmental law. Before joining UCLan, he worked in Dalhousie University (Canada), Peking University (China), University of Hannover (Germany) and National University of Singapore. He is Academic Advisor to the China National Institute for South China Sea Studies and the Centre for Ocean Law and Policy of the Shanghai Jiaotong University in China. He is member of the ESRC Peer Review College and the Commission on Environmental Law of IUCN. He has published over 60 refereed


List of Tables, List of Contributors, Part I. Introduction, 1. Non-Traditional Security Issues in the South China Sea: Seeking More Effective Means for Cooperation, Part II. Security Cooperation in the South China Sea, 2. Regional Cooperation and Joint Development in the South China Sea: Speech that Acts and Action That Speaks, 3. A Note on the 2009 Legal and Political Developments Concerning the Continental Shelf in the South China Sea, 4. The Dispute Management Approach of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN): What Relevance for the South China Sea Situation?, Part III. Regional Approaches to the Nontraditional Security Issues, 5. Malaysias Approach to Cooperation in the South China Sea, 6. The South China Sea: Possible Pathways to Cooperation, 7. Arctic vs. South China Sea: How Coastal States and User States View the Navigation Regime and Security?, Part IV. Combating Piracy and Maritime Crimes, 8. Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in the South China Sea Possible Causes and Solutions, 9. Enhancing Regional Cooperation on Piracy and Maritime Crimes, 10. Chinas Anti-Piracy Mission in the Gulf of Aden: Implications for Anti-Piracy in the South China Sea, Part V. Environmental Security and Sustainable Management of Marine Resources, 11. Realizing Sustainability in the South China Sea, 12. Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Energy Cooperation in the South China Sea and the Gulf of Thailand, 13. The Portents of Changing Climate: Maritime Security Implications for the South China Sea, 14. Environmental Impact Assessment in the Law of the Sea: Safeguarding Environmental Sustainability of the South China Sea, Bibliography, Index