International Journal of China Studies

Articles from Vol. 8, No. 3, December

Brothers in Trouble: China-Vietnam Territorial Disputes and Their Bilateral Approach to Conflict Management
1.IntroductionSince establishing themselves as independent sovereign states in the wake of World War II, China and Vietnam have been plagued with a number of territorial disputes against each other due to long and commonly shared land borders, contested...
China-Pakistan Relations: A Historical Analysis
Ghulam Ali, China-Pakistan Relations: A Historical Analysis. Oxford University Press, 2017, 278 pages. ISBN 978-0199402496.The shifting sands of power being transformed from the West to the East appears to be in favour of China. The changing regional...
Geopolitics, Real and Imagined Spaces: China and Foreign Policy in the Context of East Asia
1.IntroductionEast Asia is one of the most dynamic regions on earth. In this space countries such as the People's Republic of China,1 Japan, Russia and South Korea are the largest economies, although the United States also has an undeniably significant...
"Sea of Cooperation" or "Sea of Conflict"?: The South China Sea in the Context of China-ASEAN Maritime Cooperation
1.IntroductionChina and most Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) member-states share a common bond in the South China Sea due to their geographical designation and contiguity as maritime nations and littoral states to this waterway, which...
The 12 July 2016 Permanent Court of Arbitration's (PCA) Award: The Philippines' Lawfare versus China's Realpolitik in the South China Sea Dispute
1.Introduction... Law, like politics, is a meeting place for ethics and power.The same is true of international law, which can have no existence except in so as far as there is an international community which, on the basis of a minimum common view,...
The South China Sea Conundrum: China's Strategic Culture and Malaysia's Preferred Approaches
1.IntroductionThe South China Sea disputes involving six claimants of whom Malaysia is one of them1 continue to remain a major torn in bilateral and regional relations. Over the course of 15 years since the issuance of the ASEAN Declaration on the Conduct...
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