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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

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

The 2012 Regulations for the Management of Coastal Border Security in Hainan Province

In the dispute over the East Sea (also known as the South China Sea), China has always followed a vague policy when referring to the issue. The full text of the aforesaid Regulations constitutes a further proof of such behavior of China in the dispute. Background On December 31, 2012 Xinhua online carried the full … Continue reading

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