Lawfare or Warfare? Let Impartial Tribunals Cool Asia’s Maritime Disputes
By Jerome A. Cohen
Jerome A. Cohen discusses how international tribunals could help East Asia solve its Law of the Sea crisis.
China, War, and the 'Sentiments of a Nation'
By Kerry Brown
Clausewitz's writings on the sentimental dimensions of war help explain China's recent moves in the South China Sea.
In Face-Offs with China, Vietnam, Philippines Grow Closer
By Shannon Tiezzi
Facing a heated clash with China, Vietnam is stepping up cooperation with other claimants in the South China Sea.
China’s Deployment of Oil Rig is Not a Strategic Mistake
By Dingding Chen
China had good strategic reasons for placing an oil rig off the coast of Vietnam in the South China Sea.