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作者 Song, Yann-huei
書名 United States and territorial disputes in the South China Sea : a study of ocean law and politics / Yann-Huei Song
出版項 Baltimore, Md. : School of Law, University of Maryland, [2002]
國際標準書號 0925153842 (pbk.)
國際標準期刊編號 0730-0107 (no. 168)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 人文社會聯圖  KZ3881.S68 S66 2002    在架上    30910020029710
 歐美所圖書館  950 Oc13  no.168 2002 c.2  館內使用    30500101119462
 歐美所圖書館  950 Oc13  no.168 2002    在架上    30500101107236
 List of abbreviations6
 Introduction7
 Physical environment and political milieu in the south China sea area15
 Introduction15
I.Geography of the south China sea17
 The pratas islands17
 The paracel islans17
 The macclesfield bank17
 The spratly islands18
II.Importance of the spratly islanda and the south China sea19
 Significant sources of energy19
 Strategic passageway21
 Significant source of fisheries resources22
 Legal basis for claiming maritime zones24
III.Countries bordering the south China sea25
IV.Regional organizations and bilateral or multilateral security arrangements26
 Internal and external policy input variables in the U.S south China sea policy making33
 Internal policy input variables33
I.Internal policy input variables34
 Trade interests38
 Oil interests40
 Security and strategic interests41
 Navigation interests43
II.External policy input variables45
 Scramble for offshore petroleum resources46
 The establishment of a new ocean regime48
 Geopolitical and strategic changes in southeast Asia53
 China threat in the south china sea area?54
 Unilateral reactions to china's external behavior in the south china sea62
 Regional attempt to help manage potential conflicts in the south china sea65
 Summary of claims and policies of the claimant countries71
  Brunei72
  China72
  Malaysia74
  The philippines74
  Taiwan75
  Vietnam76
 The U.S policy on the spratlys and south China sea79
 Introduction79
I.U.S policy under the reagan and bush administration79
II.The clinton administration83
III.The U.S congress and the south China sea dispute91
IV.The 1982 united nations convention on the law of the sea and U.A security interests95
V.The importance of multilateral approaches98
VI.The policy of comprehensive engagement with China102
 Major outcomes of the U.S. south China sea policy making105
 Introduction105
I.Maintaining regional stability and ensuring freedom of navigation in the south China sea106
II.Regional security fora addressing south China sea issues107
III.The development of bilateral and multilateral code of conduct in the south China sea109
IV.Application and ratification of the 1982 united nations convention on the law of the sea112
V.Maritime legislation and excessive maritime claims in the south China sea115
VI.Pending U.S. accession to the 1982 united nations convention on the law of the sea119
VII.Actions and reactions of the claimants in the south China sea area127
 Policy inputs since 1998: new challenges for the United States133
 Introduction133
I.New maritime legislation in China and Taiwan133
 Developments of martime legislation in China and Taiwan133
 Maritime boundary delimitation in the south China sea135
 Excessive maritime claims140
II.Potential triggers of conflicts in the south China sea145
 Exploration or exploitation and other relevant activities in the disputed area146
 Occupation and setting up structure on the disputed islands148
 The seizure of fishing boats in the disputed area151
 Military patrolling, reconnaissance,and other kinds of provocative acts in the disputed area152
 Military-buildups of the claimant counties154
III.The asian financial crisis156
 Its impact on defense modernization programmes of the claimant countries156
 Impact on association of sputheast asian nation's (ASEAN)united front in dealing with the south China sea Iisues158
 Impact on the maintenance of regional security and stability161
IV.U.S-philippine visiting force agreement162
V.Continuous regional efforts to find solutions to the south China sea territorial disputes164
 The ASEAN meetings165
 The ASEAN regional forum167
 The council for security cooperation in the asia-pacific170
 The south china sea workship171
VI.Developments of confidence building measures in the south China sea area178
 Confidence building measures proposed, discusses or adopted by the claimant countries178
 ASEAN-PRC dialogues180
 The code of conduct in the south China sea182
 South China sea state's attitudes towards U.S. involvement in the disputes190
 THE conversion process of the U.S. south China sea policy-making in the years 1998 and 1999195
 Introduction195
I.Excessive maritime claims and the pending U.S. ratification of the 1982 united nations convention on the law of the sea196
II.U.S. defense departments in the south China sea199
 The U.S defense department's response and position199
 The U.S department of state's reactions and position201
 Actions taken by the U.S. congress206
III.The entry into force of U.S.-philippine visiting force agreement209
IV.The asian financial crisis and U.S respone214
V.U.S. participation in regional security fora217
VI.U.S.-China relations223
VII.Policy recommendations offerd by U.S scholars231
 The south China sea in the years 2000/2001 and U.S. policy under the new bush administration239
 Introduction239
I.India moves into the south China sea240
II.The expansion of the Japanese strategic deplployment in the south China sea244
III.The decrease of russion influence in the south China sea area 247
IV.Development of U.S south sea policy: form active neutrality to active concern250
V.Actions and counteractin taken by claimants other than China in the south China sea area255
VI.Action taken by China in the south China sea in 2000/2001258
VII.The podssibility of adopting a regional code of conduct in the south China and ASEAN266
VIII.The south China sea issues and regional security mechanisms and dialogue processes272
IX.The new bush administration's china policy and actions taken by the U.S in the south China sea277
X.The EP-3 collision incident and its implications for U.S. south China sea policy making280
 Convlusion287
I.Summary of current status of U.S. south China sea policy291
II.Unsolicted policy recommendations293
 Appendices297
 Bibilography307
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