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China and UNCLOS

Might China Withdraw From the UN Law Of The Sea Treaty?
May 03, 2019

Might China Withdraw From the UN Law Of The Sea Treaty?

By Mark J. Valencia
The move would come with serious costs – but Beijing might come to think the gains are worth it.

China’s Pursuit of Power in Asian Seas
May 29, 2018

China’s Pursuit of Power in Asian Seas

By Bonnie Girard
U.S. Congressional Research weighs in.
How Should the US Engage China in Space?
March 17, 2018

How Should the US Engage China in Space?

By Adam Yang
Examining the maritime domain for lessons on a strategic way forward for U.S.-China cooperation.

Why the Vietnam President’s India Visit Matters for Security Ties
March 02, 2018

Why the Vietnam President’s India Visit Matters for Security Ties

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The weekend trip attests to the logic of increased security cooperation between the two major Asian players.

A New Legal Landscape in the South China Sea
August 26, 2016

A New Legal Landscape in the South China Sea

By Nguyen Ba Son
We need to fully grasp the significance of the Philippines v. China verdict.

What Now for China’s ‘Historic Rights’ in the South China Sea?
August 02, 2016

What Now for China’s ‘Historic Rights’ in the South China Sea?

By John Lee
Defending China's "historic rights" in the South China Sea is integral to the Communist Party's political narrative.

China Has Much to Gain From the South China Sea Ruling
July 18, 2016

China Has Much to Gain From the South China Sea Ruling

By Mark E. Rosen
The decision regarding Itu Aba allows China to challenge excessive EEZs claimed by Japan, the U.S., France, and others.
The South China Sea Ruling Against China: What's Really at Stake
July 15, 2016

The South China Sea Ruling Against China: What's Really at Stake

By Flynt Leverett
The ruling may tempt China into a revolt against the U.S.-led international order.

What China Can Learn From the South China Sea Case
July 14, 2016

What China Can Learn From the South China Sea Case

By Zheng Wang
After a major diplomatic set-back, a look back at how China got to this point.

China: Tribunal Ruling 'Null and Void', Will Not Affect South China Sea Claims
July 12, 2016

China: Tribunal Ruling 'Null and Void', Will Not Affect South China Sea Claims

By Shannon Tiezzi
Beijing continues to push its South China Sea claims, though many were struck down by an arbitral tribunal today.

China and UNCLOS: An Inconvenient History
July 11, 2016

China and UNCLOS: An Inconvenient History

By Zheng Wang
As South China Sea tensions rise, Beijing rethinks its relationship with the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea.
Why China Shouldn't Denounce UNCLOS
March 24, 2016

Why China Shouldn't Denounce UNCLOS

By Tara Davenport
As the South China Sea judgment looms, some say China should drop out of UNCLOS. That's not a viable option.

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