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Pacific Nations Have an Interest in Challenging China’s Expansive Maritime Claims
October 18, 2021

Pacific Nations Have an Interest in Challenging China’s Expansive Maritime Claims

By Phuong Vu
Small island nations have a strong reason to prevent the de facto acceptance of Beijing's interpretations of international law.

Protecting Indonesia’s Sovereignty in the North Natuna Sea
September 23, 2021

Protecting Indonesia’s Sovereignty in the North Natuna Sea

By Beni Sukadis
The recent entry of Chinese vessels into Indonesia's EEZ highlights the need for Jakarta to get serious about protecting its sovereignty.
The Trouble With Washington’s ‘Rules-Based Order’ Gambit
August 03, 2021

The Trouble With Washington’s ‘Rules-Based Order’ Gambit

By Ben Scott
Improved U.S. compliance with international norms would greatly enhance U.S. defense of the rules-based international order.

Affirming Trump-Era Policy, US Warns China Over South China Sea
July 12, 2021

Affirming Trump-Era Policy, US Warns China Over South China Sea

By Sebastian Strangio
The announcement underscores a fundamental continuity between the administrations of Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

The South China Sea Arbitration Award: 5 Years and Beyond
July 12, 2021

The South China Sea Arbitration Award: 5 Years and Beyond

By Nguyen Hong Thao and Nguyen Thi Lan Huong
China has consistently denied the ruling, but it is already shaping legal opinion in important ways.

Australia Abandons Its Neutrality on the South China Sea Maritime Disputes
July 27, 2020

Australia Abandons Its Neutrality on the South China Sea Maritime Disputes

By Carl Thayer
Australia has aligned itself with the United States in supporting UNCLOS and the 2016 Arbitral Tribunal ruling.

Making Sense of the 2020 US South China Sea Policy Update
July 15, 2020

Making Sense of the 2020 US South China Sea Policy Update

By Ankit Panda
Greg Poling joins the podcast to discuss revisions to U.S. South China Sea policy.
South China Sea: US Joins the Battle of Diplomatic Notes
June 10, 2020

South China Sea: US Joins the Battle of Diplomatic Notes

By Nguyen Hong Thao
Washington’s letter on the South China Sea to the UN secretary general supports the position expressed by Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam, and Indonesia.

Concert of Indo-Pacific: An Option for Peace and Order in the East Asian Seas
May 05, 2020

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.

3 Keys to a Peaceful China-US Maritime Coexistence
January 01, 2020

3 Keys to a Peaceful China-US Maritime Coexistence

By Hu Bo
As U.S.-China frictions grow, the likelihood of a maritime clash increases. Here's how to avoid a worst-case scenario.

China Issues Legal Guidance on Observing Prenotification Requirements for Marine Research in EEZs
December 17, 2019

China Issues Legal Guidance on Observing Prenotification Requirements for Marine Research in EEZs

By Ankit Panda
The guidance comes after the Indian Navy expelled a Chinese vessel conducting research activities inside the Indian EEZ.
Duterte’s Fifth China Visit: Heavy on Promise, Light on Results
September 05, 2019

Duterte’s Fifth China Visit: Heavy on Promise, Light on Results

By Erin Cook
Duterte’s latest trip to China did little to ease concerns about his approach to Beijing.

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