Energy and Geopolitics in the South China Sea: Implications for ASEAN and Its Dialogue Partners

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About the Publication

China has long claimed the ownership of a network of widely-scattered islands and their surrounding waters and resources in the South China Sea. These claims overlap in a substantial way with those of at least three ASEAN countries: Vietnam, the Philippines and Malaysia. To this day, the South China Sea has remained one of the regions most dangerous 'flashpoints'. Despite regional efforts to calm the situation, the complicated nature of the issue continues to challenge regional security. The ASEAN Studies Centre has taken this initiative to host a discussion on "Energy and Geopolitics in South China Sea", with contributions from Michael Richardson and a number of experts in this area to put across their analytical views of the issue.

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Preliminary pages
LEAD ARTICLE
Energy and Geopolitics in the South China Sea: Implications for ASEAN and Its Dialogue Partners, by Michael Richardson, author
COMMENTARIES
Commentaries, by Sam Bateman, B.A. Hamzah, authors
ARTICLES
Flashpoint: South China Sea, by K Kesavapany, author
Whither the South China Sea Disputes?, by Mark J Valencia, author
Clarifying the New Philippine Baselines Law, by Rodolfo C Severino, author
About the Contributors

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