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  • Author:
    Lai To Lee
  • ISBN:
    0275966356
  • ISBN13:
    978-0275966355
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  • Publisher:
    Praeger (September 30, 1999)
  • Pages:
    184 pages
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    Humanities
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Lee Lai To's China and the South China Sea Dialogues is a very useful book for those interested in China's policies toward the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries.

Lee Lai To's China and the South China Sea Dialogues is a very useful book for those interested in China's policies toward the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries. The organization of the book is rather straightforward. The first two chapters are introductory. Chapter one lays out the strategic context of the Asia-Pacific region generally and Southeast Asia specifically.

Professor Lee also examines the state of cross-strait dialogues between Taiwan and China on the South China Se. s . s Professor Lee makes clear, while China has been consistent in stating that its claims over the South China Sea are indisputable, Beijing is still willing to talk about the conflicts with the parties involved. As most of the claimants are from ASEAN, the book also examines Sino-ASEAN relations in general and explores how that would affect China's conduct in South China Sea discussions.

Start by marking China and the South China Sea Dialogues as Want to Read .

Start by marking China and the South China Sea Dialogues as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. As Professor Lee makes clear, while China has been consistent in stating that its claims over the South China Sea are indisputable, Beijing is still willing to talk about the conflicts with the parties involved.

Academic journal article Contemporary Southeast Asia. China and the South Sea Dialogues

Academic journal article Contemporary Southeast Asia. China and the South Sea Dialogues. Academic journal article Contemporary Southeast Asia. This work by Lee Lai To presents a detailed and balanced analysis of the territorial and maritime disputes involving the People's Republic of China (PRC) in the South China Sea, including the Spratlys. However, it is not a detailed historical analysis of the competing claims over the disputed territories. Instead, Lee's study explores China's diplomatic strategy in bilateral and multilateral negotiations on the South China Sea.

China and the South China Sea Dialogues. By Lee Lai To. Praeger: Westport, Connecticut and London, 1999. Pp. x, 168. Preface, Bibliography, Index. Recommend this journal.

The Reunification of China: Prc-Taiwan Relations in Flux.

The South China Sea disputes involve both island and maritime claims among several sovereign states within the region, namely Brunei, the People's Republic of China (PRC), the Republic of China (ROC/Taiwan), Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines,.

The South China Sea disputes involve both island and maritime claims among several sovereign states within the region, namely Brunei, the People's Republic of China (PRC), the Republic of China (ROC/Taiwan), Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Vietnam.

Tensions between China and both the Philippines and Vietnam have recently cooled, even as China increased its military activity in the South China Sea by conducting a series of naval maneuvers and exercises in March and April 2018. China's aircraft carrier Liaoning takes part in a military drill in the western Pacific Ocean on April 18, 2018. Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy personnel take part in a military display in the South China Sea on April 12, 2018.

Lee provides an in-depth analysis of China's diplomatic strategy in bilateral and multilateral negotiations on the South China Sea. Based on both documentary research and the personal experiences of the author at conferences and meetings on the issue, Lee highlights the approach adopted by China in its dealings with other parties to the dispute. Professor Lee also examines the state of cross-strait dialogues between Taiwan and China on the South China Sea.

As Professor Lee makes clear, while China has been consistent in stating that its claims over the South China Sea are indisputable, Beijing is still willing to talk about the conflicts with the parties involved. While China prefers to conduct bilateral discussions, it has not ruled out multilateral talks and cooperation in the South China Sea. However, there has been limited progress in these talks, especially those conducted at multilateral meetings. As most of the claimants are from ASEAN, the book also examines Sino-ASEAN relations in general and explores how that would affect China's conduct in South China Sea discussions. An important study for scholars, and policy makers involved in security issues in the Asia Pacific.