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100 1  Song, Yann-huei 
245 10 United States and territorial disputes in the South China 
       Sea :|ba study of ocean law and politics /|cYann-Huei Song
246 1  |iOn cover:|aAsia 
260    Baltimore, Md. :|bSchool of Law, University of Maryland,
       |c[2002] 
300    321 p. :|bmaps ;|c23 cm 
490 1  Maryland series in contemporary Asian studies,|x0730-0107 
       ;|vno. 1, 2002 (168) 
500    Cover title 
500    Revised and updated version of author's thesis (J.S.D.--
       Berkeley) 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. 307-321) 
650  0 Law of the sea|zAsia, Southeastern 
651  0 Islands of South China Sea|xInternational status 
651  0 Spratly Islands|xInternational status 
651  0 Asia, Southeastern|xForeign relations|zUnited States 
651  0 United States|xForeign relations|zAsia, Southeastern 
710 2  University of Maryland at Baltimore.|bSchool of Law 
830  0 Maryland series in contemporary Asian studies,|x0730-0107 
       ;|v168 (2002, no. 1) 
970 01 1|tList of abbreviations|p6 
970 01 1|tIntroduction|p7 
970 11 |tPhysical environment and political milieu in the south 
       China sea area|p15 
970 01 |tIntroduction|p15 
970 11 |lI.|tGeography of the south China sea|p17 
970 11 |tThe pratas islands|p17 
970 11 |tThe paracel islans|p17 
970 11 |tThe macclesfield bank|p17 
970 11 |tThe spratly islands|p18 
970 11 |lII.|tImportance of the spratly islanda and the south 
       China sea|p19 
970 11 |tSignificant sources of energy|p19 
970 11 |tStrategic passageway|p21 
970 11 |tSignificant source of fisheries resources|p22 
970 11 |tLegal basis for claiming maritime zones|p24 
970 11 |lIII.|tCountries bordering the south China sea|p25 
970 11 |lIV.|tRegional organizations and bilateral or 
       multilateral security arrangements|p26 
970 11 |tInternal and external policy input variables in the U.S 
       south China sea policy making|p33 
970 01 |tInternal policy input variables|p33 
970 11 |lI.|tInternal policy input variables|p34 
970 11 |tTrade interests|p38 
970 11 |tOil interests|p40 
970 11 |tSecurity and strategic interests|p41 
970 11 |tNavigation interests|p43 
970 11 |lII.|tExternal policy input variables|p45 
970 11 |tScramble for offshore petroleum resources|p46 
970 11 |tThe establishment of a new ocean regime|p48 
970 11 |tGeopolitical and strategic changes in southeast Asia|p53
970 11 |tChina threat in the south china sea area?|p54 
970 11 |tUnilateral reactions to china's external behavior in the
       south china sea|p62 
970 11 |tRegional attempt to help manage potential conflicts in 
       the south china sea|p65 
970 11 |tSummary of claims and policies of the claimant countries
       |p71 
970 12 |tBrunei|p72 
970 12 |tChina|p72 
970 12 |tMalaysia|p74 
970 12 |tThe philippines|p74 
970 12 |tTaiwan|p75 
970 12 |tVietnam|p76 
970 11 |tThe U.S policy on the spratlys and south China sea|p79 
970 01 |tIntroduction|p79 
970 11 |lI.|tU.S policy under the reagan and bush administration
       |p79 
970 11 |lII.|tThe clinton administration|p83 
970 11 |lIII.|tThe U.S congress and the south China sea dispute
       |p91 
970 11 |lIV.|tThe 1982 united nations convention on the law of 
       the sea and U.A security interests|p95 
970 11 |lV.|tThe importance of multilateral approaches|p98 
970 11 |lVI.|tThe policy of comprehensive engagement with China
       |p102 
970 11 |tMajor outcomes of the U.S. south China sea policy making
       |p105 
970 01 |tIntroduction|p105 
970 11 |lI.|tMaintaining regional stability and ensuring freedom 
       of navigation in the south China sea|p106 
970 11 |lII.|tRegional security fora addressing south China sea 
       issues|p107 
970 11 |lIII.|tThe development of bilateral and multilateral code
       of conduct in the south China sea|p109 
970 11 |lIV.|tApplication and ratification of the 1982 united 
       nations convention on the law of the sea|p112 
970 11 |lV.|tMaritime legislation and excessive maritime claims 
       in the south China sea|p115 
970 11 |lVI.|tPending U.S. accession to the 1982 united nations 
       convention on the law of the sea|p119 
970 11 |lVII.|tActions and reactions of the claimants in the 
       south China sea area|p127 
970 11 |tPolicy inputs since 1998: new challenges for the United 
       States|p133 
970 01 |tIntroduction|p133 
970 11 |lI.|tNew maritime legislation in China and Taiwan|p133 
970 11 |tDevelopments of martime legislation in China and Taiwan
       |p133 
970 11 |tMaritime boundary delimitation in the south China sea
       |p135 
970 11 |tExcessive maritime claims|p140 
970 11 |lII.|tPotential triggers of conflicts in the south China 
       sea|p145 
970 11 |tExploration or exploitation and other relevant 
       activities in the disputed area|p146 
970 11 |tOccupation and setting up structure on the disputed 
       islands|p148 
970 11 |tThe seizure of fishing boats in the disputed area|p151 
970 11 |tMilitary patrolling, reconnaissance,and other kinds of 
       provocative acts in the disputed area|p152 
970 11 |tMilitary-buildups of the claimant counties|p154 
970 11 |lIII.|tThe asian financial crisis|p156 
970 11 |tIts impact on defense modernization programmes of the 
       claimant countries|p156 
970 11 |tImpact on association of sputheast asian nation's 
       (ASEAN)united front in dealing with the south China sea 
       Iisues|p158 
970 11 |tImpact on the maintenance of regional security and 
       stability|p161 
970 11 |lIV.|tU.S-philippine visiting force agreement|p162 
970 11 |lV.|tContinuous regional efforts to find solutions to the
       south China sea territorial disputes|p164 
970 11 |tThe ASEAN meetings|p165 
970 11 |tThe ASEAN regional forum|p167 
970 11 |tThe council for security cooperation in the asia-pacific
       |p170 
970 11 |tThe south china sea workship|p171 
970 11 |lVI.|tDevelopments of confidence building measures in the
       south China sea area|p178 
970 11 |tConfidence building measures proposed, discusses or 
       adopted by the claimant countries|p178 
970 11 |tASEAN-PRC dialogues|p180 
970 11 |tThe code of conduct in the south China sea|p182 
970 11 |tSouth China sea state's attitudes towards U.S. 
       involvement in the disputes|p190 
970 11 |tTHE conversion process of the U.S. south China sea 
       policy-making in the years 1998 and 1999|p195 
970 01 |tIntroduction|p195 
970 11 |lI.|tExcessive maritime claims and the pending U.S. 
       ratification of the 1982 united nations convention on the 
       law of the sea|p196 
970 11 |lII.|tU.S. defense departments in the south China sea
       |p199 
970 11 |tThe U.S defense department's response and position|p199 
970 11 |tThe U.S department of state's reactions and position
       |p201 
970 11 |tActions taken by the U.S. congress|p206 
970 11 |lIII.|tThe entry into force of U.S.-philippine visiting 
       force agreement|p209 
970 11 |lIV.|tThe asian financial crisis and U.S respone|p214 
970 11 |lV.|tU.S. participation in regional security fora|p217 
970 11 |lVI.|tU.S.-China relations|p223 
970 11 |lVII.|tPolicy recommendations offerd by U.S scholars|p231
970 11 |tThe south China sea in the years 2000/2001 and U.S. 
       policy under the new bush administration|p239 
970 01 |tIntroduction|p239 
970 11 |lI.|tIndia moves into the south China sea|p240 
970 11 |lII.|tThe expansion of the Japanese strategic 
       deplployment in the south China sea|p244 
970 11 |lIII.|tThe decrease of russion influence in the south 
       China sea area |p247 
970 11 |lIV.|tDevelopment of U.S south sea policy: form active 
       neutrality to active concern|p250 
970 11 |lV.|tActions and counteractin taken by claimants other 
       than China in the south China  sea area|p255 
970 11 |lVI.|tAction taken by China in the south China sea in 
       2000/2001|p258 
970 11 |lVII.|tThe podssibility of adopting a regional code of 
       conduct in the south China and ASEAN|p266 
970 11 |lVIII.|tThe south China sea issues and regional security 
       mechanisms and dialogue processes|p272 
970 11 |lIX.|tThe new bush administration's china policy and 
       actions taken by the U.S in the south China sea|p277 
970 11 |lX.|tThe EP-3 collision incident and its implications for
       U.S. south China sea policy making|p280 
970 11 |tConvlusion|p287 
970 11 |lI.|tSummary of current status of U.S. south China sea 
       policy|p291 
970 11 |lII.|tUnsolicted policy recommendations|p293 
970 01 |tAppendices|p297 
970 01 |tBibilography|p307 
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