Search result for "Coercion"

  • Extended Continental Shelf: A Renewed South China Sea Competition
    Extended Continental Shelf: A Renewed South China Sea Competition

    The 2019 Malaysian partial submission renewed the legal exchanges over the South China Sea. Most of the claimants, except China and Brunei, through their statements and actions, expressed acceptance and support for the 2016 Tribunal Award. The legal status of South China Sea features will depend on the legal battle that has been triggered rather than with coercions or the use of force.  
  • Gray Zone Tactics and Their Challenge to Maritime Security in the East and South China Sea
    Gray Zone Tactics and Their Challenge to Maritime Security in the East and South China Sea

    Category: Politics
    Gray zone tactics have fundamentally changed the operational environment in which the United States and Asian maritime countries operate. Yet these countries remain in the early stages of developing approaches that will better enable them to credibly deter Chinese coercion.
  • The South China Sea:  A Challenging Test of the International Order
    The South China Sea: A Challenging Test of the International Order

    Category: Working Papers
    A central task of the rules-based international order is to address disputes equitably between states without resorting to force or coercion. This task is especially important when disputes involve states with stark power imbalances. In these cases the temptation to pressure and coerce may be especially alluring, as the example of Thucydides’ unfortunate Melians demonstrates. 
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