China’s Vast Maritime Claims Are Becoming Reality
By Raymond Powell
Recent comments from Chinese officials highlight how Beijing purposefully conflates existing legal terminology with its own extralegal claims.
China’s Coast Guard Law Challenges Rule-Based Order
By Wataru Okada
The international community must respond to China’s maritime coercion.
The Environmental Costs of China’s Maritime Ambition
By Paula Knack
Too many Chinese vessels, whether fishing boats or dredgers, destroy marine protected areas.
Concert of Indo-Pacific: An Option for Peace and Order in the East Asian Seas
By Thuc D. Pham
Suggestions for lasting peace in the South China Sea and beyond need to incorporate small and medium states as well.
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.
Chinese Double Standards in the Maritime Domain
By Tuan N. Pham
Beijing clearly understands its maritime rights, but does not necessarily tolerate and accept the same rights for others.
Would China Be a Benign Hegemon?
By Kyle Haynes
Of course China wants hegemony in its backyard. The better question is what Beijing will do afterwards.
Where Is China's New Underwater System in the East and South China Seas?
By Prashanth Parameswaran
China's move toward an undersea observation network appears to be progressing.