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Dr. Tran Truong Thuy, COMPROMISE AND COOPERATION ON THE SEA: THE CASE OF SIGNING THE DECLARATION ON THE CONDUCT OF PARTIES IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA
 
Dr. Tran Truong Thuy, Director, South China Sea Studies Program, Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam
 
"...Although a binding code of conduct had been considered the primary goal, ASEAN eventually accepted a political document due to the differences among its member countries over national interests and priorities in foreign policies in general and with regard to China in particular. The DOC, therefore, was not a document to resolve territorial disputes but to create a friendly environment through confidence-building measures and cooperation activities for a long-term solution.

 
The DOC, however, indicated a change in China’s approach to the South China Sea dispute. Although China insisted on its sovereignty over the disputed areas and favoured bilateralism in the settlement of the issue, it was prepared to participate in multilateral mechanisms to enhance its role, maximize its profit and sow division in a possible anti-China coalition in the region. China accepted legally non-binding regulations to protect its fundamental interests.

 
A relatively ‘softer’ China’s policy toward the South China Sea might be resulted from certain factors, including i) ASEAN’s consensus and unity; ii) an increasing engagement from outside forces, especially the United States, in the South China Sea issue; and iii) China’s need to project a good image and promote its relations with other countries in the region..."

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