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Disputes over the south china sea

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Julia Chamorro

on 2 May 2016

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Transcript of Disputes over the south china sea

U.S.–ASEAN strengthen their relations amidst China’s actions in the South China Sea
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Who Claims What?
China's Island Building
Building a Multilateral Framework - ASEAN
What is the argument about?
http://www.cfr.org/asia-and-pacific/chinas-maritime-disputes/p31345#!/p31345

U.S. Involvement
The objective of this paper is to research what policies China, ASEAN and the U.S. can implement to ease regional tensions and maintain peace and stability in the Asia- Pacific region. In the context of maritime interests over the South China Sea, the U.S. could serve as a potential mediator and neutral actor in promoting dialogue and increasing cooperation among ASEAN members to ease the territorial disputes in the South China Sea.
Thesis Statement
Conclusion
China insists that only claimant countries involved should intervene and doesn’t see a reason for the U.S. to continue being present in the area.
While the U.S. is not directly linked to the disputes concerning sovereignty claims over the islands and waters of the South China Sea, it has indirect economic, strategic and security interests.
The U.S. will continue to sail, fly and operate wherever international law allows and will continue to support the rights of any other country to do the same.
All involved parties need to explore the possibilities upon which further arrangements can be made to address the disputes and prevent conflict from escalating at sea.
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