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ongoing conflict in the world

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Yuyang Wu

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Transcript of ongoing conflict in the world

南海南海South China Sea
The South China Sea is a marginal sea that is part of the Pacific Ocean, encompassing an area from the Karimata and Malacca Straits to the Strait of Taiwan of around 3,500,000 square kilometres.States and territories with borders on the sea (clockwise from north) include: the People's Republic of China (including Macau and Hong Kong), the Republic of China (Taiwan), the Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, Singapore, and Vietnam.
Major rivers that flow into the South China Sea include the Pearl, Min, Jiulong, Red, Mekong, Rajang, Pahang, Pampanga, and Pasig Rivers.
Territorial Disputes in the South China Sea
Due to the recent discovery of oil and gas rich in the South China Sea, resulting in the surrounding countries want to compete with China in the South China Sea sovereignty, and the current situation is grim, continued stalemate has not been completed...

In the past two months, China and Philippines began to develop severe
scope or scale of conflict
(government involvement)
China’s sweeping claims of sovereignty over the sea antagonized competing claimants Malaysia, Vietnam, Brunei, Taiwan, Indonesia, and the Philippines
The United States has also joined the dispute for its own benefit.
In response to China’s assertive presence in the disputed territory, Japan sold military ships and equipment to the Philippines and Vietnam in order to improve their maritime security capacity and to deter Chinese aggression.
what is the likelihood of peaceful resolution?
Small countries that sparked the dispute just want to get some wealth that Chinese found it in the South China Sea, and do not want to really go to war with China, so as long as China has given to the neighboring countries in the South China
Sea some material and trade interests,
and those countries admitted territorial
sovereignty in the South China Sea belongs
to China,all this thing can be peaceful solution.
Recent Developments
Currently, the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague is hearing a claim brought by the Philippines against China, although Beijing refuses to accept the court’s authority.

Territorial and jurisdictional disputes in the S
outh China Sea continue to strain
relationships between China and other count
ries in Southeast Asia and risk escalation
into a military clash.To challenge China’s clai
ms in international waters, the United States has occasionally deployed destroyer ships on freedom of navigation operations in the South China Sea to promote freedom of passage.
At the same time, in addition to piling sand onto existing reefs, China has constructed ports, military installations, and airstrips—particularly in the Spratly Islands.
Ongoing conflict in the world
Any impacts on you as a young Australian as a result of this conflict?
In fact, as long as Australia in the conflict to remain neutral, not for the benefit of the money to help any faction, it will not be affected by any influences.
Yuyang Wu
10A Geography
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