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NameDr. Li Mingjiang, FUNCTIONAL COOPERATION AND PAN-BEIBU GULF: POTENTIAL FOR PEACE IN THE SCS
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Dr. Li Mingjiang, Assistant Professor, S.  Rajaratnam School    of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

 

"...Any solution to a prominent international dispute needs the political wisdom and will on the part of state leaders. This is particularly the case with regard to the South China Sea simply because this issue is perhaps more complicated than most other international disputes. Political wisdom and judgment are of course closely related to state leaders’ shrewd calculation of national interests as well as responses in their domestic politics.

 

The road toward peace and cooperation in the SCS may still be long, but the last decade has given reasons to be more optimistic, as the situation has been evolving from confrontation to a more cooperative trend. Although the different claimant states are not yet prepared to give up their sovereignty claims, at least they have been able to move beyond the fixation of the sovereignty issue, and they have shown their ability to focus on dialogue and the preservation of regional stability. Indeed, the recent developments show that, when provided with grounds for cooperation on non-traditional security issues without focusing on jurisdictional and sovereignty issues, claimant states were able to talk about the dispute in a non-confrontational basis. The informal meetings organised since 1990 within the framework of the “Managing Potential Conflicts in the South China Sea” project have successfully been focusing on cooperation in sectors such as marine scientific research, marine environmental protection, safety of navigation and communication, resource assessment and means of development, and legal matters..."

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