Category Archives: U-Shape Line

[Deutsche Welle 24/10/2011] Hanoi’s double tactics are blurring the situation… (Rodion Ebbighausen)

“One of the crucial issues to maintain the peace and stability in the region is to distinguish the truly conflicted areas with truly non-conflicted ones.” Advertisements

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[Eurasia Review 11/08/2011] South China Sea: Reducing The China-Vietnam Tension – Analysis (Zhen Sun)

“A coastal state’s obligation as specified by UNCLOS is to cooperate with other states in matters of conservation, not acting unilaterally in another state’s EEZ. If Vietnam were to unilaterally impose a fishing moratorium along China’s coast, would the author … Continue reading

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[The Diplomat 12/06/2011] How China Can Avoid Next Conflict (Minxin Pei)

“The U-shaped line, or 9-dotted line, was described as a calculated ambiguity used to maximize the extent of the claimed waters. Unlike any other demarcated lines, it does not characterize a definite area and the government of China has never … Continue reading

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