The High Seas Treaty: A Tall Order for Implementation?
By Troy Han
Unless countries remain committed to enforce adequate oversight and protection of the oceans that they depend on, it would be inconceivable for their blue economies to stay afloat.
The China Benham Rise Controversy: A Wake Up Call for the Philippines?
By Mong Palatino
The recent flashpoint could be an opportunity for Manila to take some steps that are long overdue.
Should the Philippines’ South China Sea Case Against China Proceed?
By Sean Mirski
China argues that it should not, on jurisdictional grounds.
South China Sea: It’s About More Than Rocks
By Adam B. Lowther
The disputes are the first major postwar challenge to the order that led to a secure and growing Asia.
Protecting Freedom of Navigation in the South China Sea
By Douglas Gates
If America wants to stand up for international law, it should start by ratifying the treaty.
America Needs an Enemy in the Arctic
The Obama administration’s Arctic strategy assumes there will be tranquility. That’s wishful thinking.
The Commons: Beijing's "Blue National Soil"
“The commons must remain the commons, lest the system of liberal trade and commerce collapse…”