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South China Sea: US, China Tussle Over Military Overflight
August 28, 2018

South China Sea: US, China Tussle Over Military Overflight

By Ankit Panda
The United States continues to highlight Chinese rule-breaking in the South China Sea.

China’s South China Sea Project Must Not Succeed
August 06, 2018

China’s South China Sea Project Must Not Succeed

By Shigeki Sakamoto
The international community shouldn’t quietly let China ignore the 2016 decision.
The Extraterrestrial Impact of the South China Sea Dispute
October 03, 2017

The Extraterrestrial Impact of the South China Sea Dispute

By Roncevert Ganan Almond
History offers lessons for the coming legal and geopolitical debates in space.

Indonesia New North Natuna Sea: A Response to an Old China Problem
August 03, 2017

Indonesia New North Natuna Sea: A Response to an Old China Problem

By Luke Hunt
A recent name change is rooted in deeper disagreements between Jakarta and Beijing related to the South China Sea.

Hybrid Warfare in the South China Sea: The United States’ ‘Little Grey (Un)Men'
December 31, 2016

Hybrid Warfare in the South China Sea: The United States’ ‘Little Grey (Un)Men'

By Tobias J. Burgers & Scott N. Romaniuk
Unmanned systems are ideal for hybrid/political warfare, and UUVs are the newest sharks in the water.

Is China Getting Better at Charming Southeast Asia on the South China Sea?
November 17, 2016

Is China Getting Better at Charming Southeast Asia on the South China Sea?

By Bill Hayton
Beijing looks to be getting better at how it uses soft power in the region.

Why the South China Sea Ruling Is a Game Changer
July 27, 2016

Why the South China Sea Ruling Is a Game Changer

By Alexander L. Vuving
Make no mistake: the verdict has transformed the strategic landscape.
Who Is Really Overstepping the Bounds of International Law in the South China Sea?
November 18, 2015

Who Is Really Overstepping the Bounds of International Law in the South China Sea?

By Allen Yu
Why the recent ruling from The Hague on jurisdiction is hardly a victory for the Philippines.

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