By discussing important aspects of the rise of China's maritime power, such as territorial disputes, altered perceptions of geo-politics and challenges to the US-led regional order, the authors demonstrate that a regional power shift is taking place in Asia-Pacific.
The volume also provides in-depth discussions of the responses to Chinese actions by SCS claimants as well as by important non-claimant actors. Help Centre. Track My Order. My Wishlist Sign In Join. Be the first to write a review. Add to Wishlist.
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The South China Sea Dispute Isn't About Oil, At Least Not How You Think
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Jonathan G. This same Chinese-built rig sparked a similar incidents in and All too frequently the SCS dispute is framed as a militarized contest for access and control over an untold abundance of oil and gas thought to lie beneath the seabed.
In terms of resource competition, disputes over fishing are far more frequent than those involving offshore drilling and are arguably more important. Indeed, on April 3, Vietnam seized a Chinese ship that intruded into its territorial waters carrying fuel to resupply a Chinese fishing fleet operating in the area.
Applied to the SCS territorial dispute, the resource conflict narrative inverts the causal relationship between hydrocarbon development and the territorial disputes. Competition over offshore oil and gas resources is a component rather than the proximate cause of the territorial disputes between China and other claimants. The SCS dispute is about oil and gas resources to the extent that offshore developments are leveraged to assert or challenge territorial claims.
China is not asserting expansive territorial claims and risking military confrontation with its neighbors and potentially the United States just to gain access and control of unproven oil and gas resources; instead, the development of offshore oil and gas resources is contested because it evokes sovereignty. According to the U. This misrepresentation adds to the misconceptions that drives the resource conflict narrative. Malaysia has the biggest share, with 5.