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Talks on legal aspects of the Fifth International South China Sea Workshop

From November 11th – 12th,  the Diplomacy Academy of Vietnam and the Vietnam Lawyers’ Association organized the Fifith South China Sea Workshop: Cooperation for Regional Security and Development. Below are the videos of sessions with topics on legal aspects of the South China Sea disputes. Session 4: International law, UNCLOS and the South China Sea http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXiqTcGchjYContinue reading

Caelum Liberam: Air Defense Identification Zones Outside Sovereign Airspace

Caelum Liberam: Air Defense Identification Zones Outside Sovereign Airspace Peter A. Duntton* American Journal of International Law (2009) With the heightened concerns of states about threats from the air since September11,2001,and the recent resurgence of major military powers, Air Defense Identification Zones (ADIZs), zones in which civil aircraft must identify themselves and may be subject … Continue reading

Viribus Mari Victoria? Power and Law in the South China Sea

Viribus Mari Victoria? Power and Law in the South China Sea Peter Dutton “Managing Tensions in the South China Sea” conference, CSIS, June 5-6, 2013 What is the role of international law in managing the disputes in the South China Sea? This question is really two-fold. The first part is what role, objectively speaking, can … Continue reading

With Air Defense Zone, China is Waging Lawfare

With Air Defense Zone, China is Waging Lawfare Zachary Keck The Diplomat In essence, the East China Sea ADIZ is part of China’s “lawfare” strategy toward its maritime disputes. “Lawfare,” as used in the context of international warfare, is often attributed to retired Air Force General Charles Dunlap, who defined it in a famous 2001 … Continue reading

Mapping the nine-dash line: recent incidents involving Indonesia in the South China Sea

Mapping the nine-dash line: recent incidents involving Indonesia in the South China Sea Scott Bentley In a recent post here on The Strategist, Benjamin Schreer spoke of China’s ‘Achilles heel’ in Southeast Asia: its unwillingness to compromise in the territorial disputes in the South China Sea. This is an excellent point and undoubtedly true, as … Continue reading

The UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and the Maritime Disputes in the South China Sea

The UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and the Maritime Disputes in the South China Sea Robert Beckman The American Journal of International Law, Vol. 107, No. 1 (January 2013) The UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) establishes a legal framework to govern all uses of the oceans. All of … Continue reading

A China in the Bull Shop? Comparing the Rhetoric of a Rising China with the Reality of the International Law of the Sea

A China in the Bull Shop? Comparing the Rhetoric of a Rising China with the Reality of the International Law of the Sea Jonathan G. Odom Government of the United States of America – U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps July 1, 2012 Ocean and Coastal Law Journal, Volume 17, Issue 2, 2012 Abstract: Since … Continue reading

South China Sea dispute: Impact of recent development and prospect for the future

Being the most powerful State among the claimant countries, China has the decisive voice over the South China Sea dispute. China and ASEAN have reached the Declaration of the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea DOC) in 2002 when Beijing took a supple standpoint concerning the South China Sea dispute. However, from 2007 … Continue reading

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