- Tran Truong Thuy, Introduction: sovereignty-based conflict or regional cooperation?
- Geoffrey Till, The global significance of the South China Sea dispute
- Rodolfo C. Severino, Global issues and national interests in the South China Sea
- Renato Cruz De Castro, The Obama administration's strategic rebalancing in Asia: from a diplomatic to a strategic constrainment of an emergent China?
- Mark J. Valencia, The South China Sea and the 'Thucydides trap'
- Alice Ba & Ian Storey, Continuity and change in the South China Sea
- Bonnie Glaser, Understanding the evolution of US-China-ASEAN relations: a US perspective
- Vijay Sakhuja, India and the South China Sea
- C.J. Jenner & Nguyen Hung Son, Domestic politics: the overlooked undercurrent in the South China Sea
- Stein Tønnesson, The Tonkin Gulf Agreements: a model of conflict resolution?
- Nguyen Thi Lan Anh, UNCLOS and maritime security in the South China Sea
- Erik Franckx & Marco Benatar, Straight baselines around insular formations not constituting an archipelagic state
- Robert C. Beckman & Leonardo Bernard, Disputed areas in the South China Sea: prospects for arbitration or advisory opinion
- Carlyle A. Thayer, China's naval modernisation and US strategic rebalancing: implications for stability in the South China Sea
- C. J. Jenner & Sukjoon Yoon, Sino-American rivalry in the South China Sea: is it time to form a maritime middle power cooperative?
- Jon M. Van Dyke, Regional cooperation in the South China Sea
- Kuan-Hsiung Wang, Fishery disputes and regional cooperation
- C.J. Jenner, Conclusion: history, strategy and the South China Sea
Thursday, September 1, 2016
Jenner & Truong: The South China Sea: A Crucible of Regional Cooperation or Conflict-making Sovereignty Claims?
The South China Sea: A Crucible of Regional Cooperation or Conflict-making Sovereignty Claims? (Cambridge Univ. Press 2016). Contents include: