[Sách] Unresolved Border, Land and Maritime Disputes in Southeast Asia

Trung tâm Nghiên cứu Quôc tế (SCIS) xin trân trọng giới thiệu ẩn phẩm sách được phát hành bởi Nhà xuất bản Brill năm 2016 với tựa đề “Unresolved Border, Land and Maritime Disputes in Southeast Asia“. TS Trương Minh Huy Vũ, Giám đốc Trung tâm SCIS là đồng tác giả của ấn phẩm này. Cuốn sách sách bao gồm 17 chương với sự tham gia có mặt của gần 11 tác giả quốc tế. 


Abstracts

Why have Southeast Asian countries accepted China’s proposal to set aside disputes and pursue joint development in the South China Sea in one case (2005-2008), but not the other (since 2009)? The supposed answer is that the change of balance of power and the ways China utilizes its growing power caused problems of cooperation. By exercising or accepting power restraint embedded in agreed-upon rules and institutions, China’s leadership was broadly acknowledged. After Beijing signed the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the SCS (2002) and ASEAN Treaty of Amity and Cooperation (2003), Southeast Asian countries were more willing to accept and work within Chinese cooperative initiatives (Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking). China has failed gaining followership of Southeast Asian countries since 2009 because it is unwilling to solve the South China Sea disputes though multilateral rules and agreements. The lack of a “rule-based order” in the South China Sea, which can turn a hegemonic power to become more predictable and controlled leads to the fact that China’s cooperative projects receive little sympathy from Southeast Asian states. Based on this point, we conclude that the joint development can only be feasible when China accepts to bind itself within institutions or legal agreements.

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