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ISBN:1863739823
Author: Greg Austin
ISBN13: 978-1863739825
Title: China's Ocean Frontier: International Law, Military Force and National Development (Studies in World Affairs, 17)
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Language: English
Category: Politics and Government
Publisher: Allen & Unwin (August 1, 1998)
Pages: 200

China's Ocean Frontier: International Law, Military Force and National Development (Studies in World Affairs, 17) by Greg Austin



A limited number of items are shown. Law of the sea - China. Publication St. Leonards, . Australia : Allen & Unwin in association with the Dept. Studies in world affairs ; 17. Physical Details. xxxii, 415 pages : maps ; 22 cm. ISBNs 9781863739825, 1863739823. Includes bibliographical references (pages 382-406) and index.

China's ocean frontier: international law, military force, and national development. St. Leonards, NSW, Australia: Allen & Unwin in association with the Dept. Contributions in military studies, no. 92). 203 p. NPS/DKL Location: GENERAL D770. Smith, Peter Charles.

China's Ocean Frontier book. It considers China's ocean frontier as a whole from the legal strategic and economic perspectives. The book canvasses arguments that China represents a destabilizing force in many regional security issues, such as security of shippin This work analyzes the balance between power and law in China's approach to settling disputes with neighbouring countries for ocean resources.

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Hostile rhetoric and military contingency planning by China and Japan in respect of the Senkaku/Diaoyu islands are at their most serious since the dispute first surfaced in 1970. It may be said that diplomacy has worked well so far in avoiding serious conflict, but in fact the two countries were never interested in any action that had a high risk of provoking a military confrontation. However, times have changed, writes Greg Austin. Future–Innovations in Politics and Military Power (1997).

MILITARY FORCE AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 162-76 (1998) (arguing for "Japan's Superior Rights in the Senkaku Islands") with Chiu, supra note 3, at 28 (concluding that "the law apparently favors the Chinese side"). 18 China is the world's third-largest oil importer after the United States and. Japan. gov/emeu/ cabs/China/Full.

International Law. military force.

During the past two years influential American and Japanese critics have been arguing that China poses a growing threat to East Asia's security. Beijing is depicted as being too willing to resort to force in pursuing its maritime territorial disputes with its ASEAN neighbours and Chinese maritime forces are seen as a looming threat to vitally important sea lines of communication in the South China Sea.This study by Greg Austin challenges such claims. It argues that China seeks both a benign regional security environment and to resolve its ocean frontier disputes cooperatively. Dr. Austin also marshals evidence to show how, in terms of international law, China's sovereignty claims over its maritime areas should not be viewed as expansionist.