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Setting Up International (Adversary) Regimes in the South China Sea: Analyzing the Obstacles from a Chinese Perspective

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If the sovereignty issue can be shelved, solved, or resolved, the six claimant states of the South China Sea will have to establish a series of international regimes. The following questions need to be answered: Do all the claimants understand the concept of international regimes? Would the regimes be imposed? Would there be hegemon(s) in the South China Sea? If so, which country or multiple entities will be involved? What would be the outcome of having international regimes in the South China Sea? Can the experience elsewhere be applied to the South China Sea?
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Keywords: International regimes; South China Sea; Southeast Asia; Taiwan; mainland China

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Graduate School of International Affairs, Ming Chuan University, Guishan, Taoyuan, Taiwan

Publication date: January 1, 2007

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