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    Title: Position and Stance of Nations that Claim Sovereignty and Non-regional Major Powers in the South China Sea Disputes
    Authors: Wong, Ming-Hsien
    Keywords: Militarization;Maintain Status-Quo;Freedom of Navigation, Changing the Status-Quo;Artificial Island
    Date: 2016-04-15
    Issue Date: 2016-08-15
    Publisher: Prospect Foundation
    Abstract: Since 2013 the South China Sea disputes have become a hot
    spot in the Asia-Pacific area. On the one hand, China has sped up
    the construction of its artificial island in the Spratly Islands and militarized
    its man-made islands. On the other hand, the U.S. has acted
    on its principle of Freedom of Navigation Operations and deployed
    warships and aircraft in the 12 nautical mile zone around the manmade
    islands leading to military confrontation between the U.S. and
    China in the South China Sea. Furthermore, the Philippines has submitted
    the sovereignty dispute regarding the Spratly Islands to the
    UN Permanent Court of Justice and after hearings in October 2015
    and according to the de jure procedure of this case the verdict will
    be released in May 2016. But China has already stated that the Court
    of Justice has no right to handle Chinese sovereignty issues and China
    will refuse to accept the outcome according to the UN Law of the
    Sea. Although China did not want to join the arbitration and was
    absent during the hearings, the outcome of this arbitration will set a
    Relation: Prospect Journal Taiwan Forum 15, pp.85-114
    Appears in Collections:[國際事務與戰略研究所] 期刊論文

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