The South China Sea in the Broader Maritime Security of the Indo-Pacific: The Economic Context for Regional Conflict and Cooperation

The South China Sea in the Broader Maritime Security of the Indo-Pacific: The Economic Context for Regional Conflict and Cooperation

By David Jay Green
December 22, 2016
East and Southeast Asia have seen considerable economic growth over the past few decades. The pace of development in China has been virtually unprecedented, with millions of people being raised above severe poverty to a middle-class lifestyle. This outcome has resulted from national investments in human capital and infrastructure and policies that have encouraged business growth and trade. 
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Critical Security and Economic Dilemmas for Southeast Asia in the South China Sea: A Philippine Perspective

Critical Security and Economic Dilemmas for Southeast Asia in the South China Sea: A Philippine Perspective

By Aileen SP Baviera & Lucio B. Pitlo III
November 14, 2016
South China is economically more important for the Philippines than it is to China. Aside from rich fisheries, the country’s biggest natural gas field and its promising offshore energy fields are all located in the South China Sea.
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