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Lecture Slides on The South China Sea and China’s Geopolitical Strategies

Submitted by on May 10, 2016 – 6:30 pm One Comment |  
South China SeaThe slides from my lecture last week on the South China Sea and China’s Geopolitical Strategies are available at the link below:

South China Sea; China’s Geopolitical Strategy

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  • Jeronimo Constantina

    Perhaps one reason why China feels it is “natural” to claim the South China Sea and the East China Sea for itself is the fact that these are named after itself. This is of course a fallacy, an illusion. Consider that despite the Indian Ocean’s being named after itself, India has never entertained the illusion that the Indian Ocean, and everything situated in it, belongs to itself.