Seeking a breakthrough in maritime diplomacy
Senior researcher at the Center for Political Studies, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)
PREMIUM Maritime diplomacy is the management of international relations at sea and the use of ocean-related resources to manage such relations. Maritime diplomacy should be applied in the South China Sea (SCS) to sort out issues of assertive behavior, freedom of navigation and overflight, support for the rules-based international order and the peaceful resolution of disputes. As China has been acting m...
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