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NameDr. Lee Lai To,JOINT DEVELOPMENT IN THE SPRATLYS – A POSSIBLE OPPORTUNITY FOR CHINA TO TAKE THE LEAD
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Dr. Lee Lai To, Department of Political Science, National University of Singapore
 
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NEED TO BE PRO-ACTIVE IN MAKING JOINT DEVELOPMENT A REALITY
 
While the intent seems to be for joint development, China has not really been successful in putting the proposal into practice.  This no doubt is not just a problem of China alone. However, as far as China is concerned, perhaps it would be helpful if it could put in more effort to take the lead in promoting joint development. As the largest claimant state and a rising power in the Asia Pacific and the world, China will be able to exert much more influence if it is seen to be working hard on having joint development in the South China Sea. One may recall that when China made the strategic and political move to work with ASEAN on establishing the ACFTA, Premier Zhu Rongji, supported by President Jiang Zemin, was determined to push through the web of political and bureaucratic hurdles at home to make sure that the agreement in this regard, namely, the Framework Agreement on Comprehensive Economic Cooperation, could be signed in 2002. As noted earlier, this made China the first major power to sign such an agreement with ASEAN at a time when the latter was still trying hard to make a comeback in international and regional affairs after the Asian Financial Crisis..."
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