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China, South Korea, and the Socotra Rock Dispute - 
      Senan Fox

China, South Korea, and the Socotra Rock Dispute

A Submerged Rock and Its Destabilizing Potential

This book exclusively addresses the political, historical and important contemporary strategic implications of the decades-long Socotra Rock dispute between China and South Korea. It is one of several maritime disputes involving China and a smaller state, and for which maritime law offers no apparent remedy. Les mer
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This book exclusively addresses the political, historical and important contemporary strategic implications of the decades-long Socotra Rock dispute between China and South Korea. It is one of several maritime disputes involving China and a smaller state, and for which maritime law offers no apparent remedy. There is little doubt it will continue to be a problem in the future and should no longer be overlooked. The submerged rock, located between mainland China and the Korean Peninsula, straddles the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea. As China continues asserting its sovereignty and jurisdiction in maritime areas, this book will provide food for thought for scholars, think-tank researchers, and policymakers.
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Forlag: Springer Verlag, Singapore
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 146
ISBN: 9789811320767
Format: 21 x 15 cm
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1. An Insoluble Dispute?.2. The Limits of Maritime Law.3. Bilateral Challenges and Mutual Anxieties.4. Recent Controversies and Agreements.5. Balancing Act: China's Air Defense Declaration.6. Current Security, Economic, and Domestic Political Factors.7. Present and Future Considerations.
Senan Fox is a lecturer at the School of International Studies, Kanazawa University in Japan, and specializes in East Asia maritime disputes and related issues. With a PhD in International Relations from the University of Saint Andrews in Scotland, he has been awarded funding from the Japanese government for research on regional disputes at the University of Tokyo, and more recently from the Konosuke Matsushita (Panasonic) Memorial Foundation for research into Sino-Japanese relations and rare earth elements. Dr. Fox has also published articles and presented conference papers on these and related topics.