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Sea Power, the Law of the Sea, and the Sino–Japanese East China Sea “Resource War”*

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Within the framework of the liberal theory of peace, the author analyzes maritime delimitation disputes that have occurred between Japan and China in the oil- and gas-rich East China Sea. He explains why they should be thought of as skirmishes in an unanticipated resource war.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2005-12-01

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