Non-claimant Perspectives on the South China Sea Disputes

The January 2016 issue of Asia Policy, a peer-reviewed and policy-relevant academic journal published by The National Bureau of Asian Research, features a roundtable on non-claimant states’ perspectives and interests in the South China Sea disputes.


Non-claimant Perspectives on the South China Sea Disputes
Tiffany Ma, Michael Wills, Rory Medcalf, Abhijit Singh, Ristian Atriandi Supriyanto, Yoji Koda, Lee Jaehyon, Jane Chan, Alice D. Ba, Mathieu Duchâtel, and Thomas B. Fargo

Raising the Stakes: The Interests of Non-claimant States in the South China Sea Disputes
Tiffany Ma and Michael Wills

Rules, Balance, and Lifelines: An Australian Perspective on the South China Sea
Rory Medcalf

India’s Strategic Stakes in the South China Sea
Abhijit Singh

Out of Its Comfort Zone: Indonesia and the South China Sea
Ristian Atriandi Supriyanto

Japan’s Perceptions of and Interests in the South China Sea
Yoji Koda

South Korea and the South China Sea: A Domestic and International Balancing Act
Lee Jaehyon

Singapore and the South China Sea: Being an Effective Coordinator and Honest Broker
Jane Chan

ASEAN’s Stakes: The South China Sea’s Challenge to Autonomy and Agency
Alice D. Ba

Europe and Maritime Security in the South China Sea: Beyond Principled Statements?
Mathieu Duchâtel

Walking the Talk in the South China Sea
Thomas B. Fargo

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