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Geopolitics of the South China Sea in the Coming Decades
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Authors: Mohd Aminul Karim (Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB), Dhaka) 
Book Description:
The South China Sea (SCS) is explicably one of the most dangerous flash points in the world today with the potential to conflagrate into conflicts/skirmishes at the slightest provocation or even by accident. The Sea is uniquely – strategically, even – located, as it links the Indian and Pacific Oceans through the constricted Malacca Strait. It falls along the most critical sea lanes in trade and commerce for both oceans. The Sea, therefore, is a delicate and volatile water space with overlapping and conflicting claims (under the UNCLOS and historical records) by the surrounding countries. The SCS is a bellwether for determining leadership between two major powers: The United States and China. The United States is still the predominant power, while China remains the front running challenger. Consequently, a transition is underway that is fraught with risks and uncertainty. The transition may not be as smooth as the one between the United States and the United Kingdom after the Second World War. China is rising massively, and thus gradually asserting its influence among the claimant countries of the SCS and elsewhere. That said, China wants to settle the scores with the smaller claimant countries on a one-on-one basis. So, ASEAN centrality is coming under strain, though there are moves to conclude a binding code of conduct. China is resolute to claim sovereignty almost over the entire SCS while the United States means to focus on the freedom of navigation. The United States is conducting freedom-of-navigation operations round the clock, shadowed by an increasingly strengthening PLA. Other powers such as Japan, India, and Australia with their alignments emerging are on the queue to join the fray along with the United States. However, challenging China individually is problematic. Geopolitics of the South China Sea in the Coming Decades captures all of these complexities through a comprehensive, eclectic and objective method. Another unique part of this book is that it makes futuristic projections for the next few decades in the Indo-Pacific Region. (Nova)


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“A well reasoned and timely study on burning security issues and policies of countries in East and Southeast Asia by political realist and military strategist from the region. The analysis includes assessment of capabilities and potential of rising China, declining America, struggling but fragmented ASEAN, and binding India, Japan, and other regional sea powers.” - Professor Radomir Compel, Nagasaki University

“General Aminul Karim’s new study, Geopolitics of the South China Sea in the Coming Decades, comes on the heels of his earlier work, 21st Century High Politics in the Indo-Pacific and the Bay of Bengal, is an attempt to understand the complex and complicated security issues confronting the region. With his masterly grasp, unrivaled understanding of the geopolitical dynamic of the area, and his inimitable ability to view the problems from a practical perspective, General Karim has made an invaluable contribution to the subject. Anyone interested in the region and the threats that it portends will find this book quite invaluable.” - Professor Gowher Rizvi, Former Director, Ash Institute, Kennedy School, Harvard University, author of South Asia in the New Global Order




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Table of Contents:
List of Figures

Preface

List of Abbreviations

Chapter 1. Introduction (pp. 1-10)

Chapter 2. Organization of the Book (pp. 11-14)

Chapter 3. Relevant Theories and Their Application (pp. 15-44)

Chapter 4. Geopolitical Context (pp. 45-52)

Chapter 5. China’s Realpolitiks (pp. 53-60)

Chapter 6. Flashpoints Surrounding the South China Sea (pp. 61-82)

Chapter 7. Chinese Military Expansion and Modernization (pp. 83-94)

Chapter 8. Indian Ambitions, Interests and Strategies (pp. 95-104)

Chapter 9. Legal and Historical Aspects of the South China Sea Disputes (pp. 105-128)

Chapter 10. End of the ASEAN Centrality? (pp. 129-136)

Chapter 11. Relevant Powers’ Involvement in the Imbroglio (pp. 137-162)

Chapter 12. Likely Scenario Development (pp. 163-172)

Chapter 13. Suggestions (pp. 173-180)

References (pp. 181-204)

About the Author (pp. 205-206)

Index (pp. 207)

Total Pages: 216

   Series:
      Asian Political, Economic and Social Issues
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2018-September
   ISBN: 978-1-53614-094-1
   Status: AV
  
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