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Lessons from the disturbed waters : the Diaoyu/Diaoyutai/Senkaku Islands disputes, Hui-Yi Katherine Tseng

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Lessons from the disturbed waters : the Diaoyu/Diaoyutai/Senkaku Islands disputes
Title
Lessons from the disturbed waters
Title remainder
the Diaoyu/Diaoyutai/Senkaku Islands disputes
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Hui-Yi Katherine Tseng
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Although the flare-up of tensions in East Asia over the disputed islands, which are alternatively called Diaoyu (China), Diaoyutai (Taiwan) and Senkaku (Japan), seems to be ever more frequent, it has not always been the case. Lessons from the Disturbed Waters traces the origin of the issue back to when it first surfaced in the 1970s. The book explains the positions of the claimants, China, Japan and Taiwan, and explores the reasons why they have taken such positions over the past few decades. Unlike the other books which analyse the disputes predominantly from a geopolitical perspective, this books tries to do so mainly from the perspectives of international law, conflict management, negotiation strategies, and history. Readers will get to see an interesting dynamism played out among the three actors which are directly involved and the influence of extra-regional stakeholders such as the US over the disputes. While the disputes are still evolving, the author hopes this book can shed new light on the intricacies and complexities of the disputes and can provide some threads for further in-depth discussions."--
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Tseng, Hui-Yi Katherine,
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341.4/2
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
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  • Senkaku Islands
  • China
  • Japan
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Lessons from the disturbed waters : the Diaoyu/Diaoyutai/Senkaku Islands disputes, Hui-Yi Katherine Tseng
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Includes index
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Contents
  • Introduction; Section One: China's Positions; Chapter 1 China's Positions; Overview; 1. China's Position in the Historical Archives -- Before the 1970s; 2. The 1970s to 1990s -- Two Decades with Promising Beginning and Ominous Ending; 2.1. The Understanding Not Carved Out in Words; 3. Entering the 1990s: The Critical Timing; 3.1. Joint Development Attempts in Early 21st Century; 4. Recent Rounds of Tensions -- 2008 to the Present; 4.1. The 2012 Nationalisation Plan -- Inflammatory Origin; 4.2. Chinese Reciprocity in Countermeasures
  • 4.3. Challenges to the Chinese Perspective -- The Wild Nationalistic SentimentsChapter 2 Historical Arguments; Overview; 1. A General Perspective of Historical Arguments; 2. Historical Arguments in China's Claims; 2.1. China's Claims in the Diaoyu Islands Dispute; 2.2. Implications; 2.3. China's Claims in the South China Sea Dispute; 2.4. The Nine-Dotted Line; 3. Reconsidering "Historical Rights"; 3.1. The Diaoyu Islands Dispute; 3.2. A Legal Explanation of China's "Historical Arguments"; 4. Concluding Observations; 4.1. Structural Issues and Challenges; Chapter 3 Issue-Linkage with Taiwan
  • Overview1. Transformation of the Taiwan Issue; 1.1. The Taiwan Issue under Transformation; 1.2. Growing Taiwan Identity Overshadowing the Diaoyu/Diaoyutai/Senkaku Islands Disputes; 2. The Beginning of Issue-Linkage with the Taiwan Issue; 2.1. The Initiation; 2.2. Nuances: Names; 3. The "Taiwan Dilemma" of China in the Diaoyu Islands Dispute; 3.1. China's "Taiwan Dilemma"; 3.2. China's Taiwan Dilemma in Contemporary Regional Context; 4. The "Taiwan Dilemma" in China's Claim: A Legal Perspective; 4.1. The Legal Vacuum in China's Claims
  • 4.2. Reasons and Ramifications of Chinese Resistance to the SFPT4.3. The Political Considerations of China's Claims; 5. Conclusion; Chapter 4 Challenges to Fishing in the East China Sea; Overview; 1. Fishing in East Asia; 1.1. Quickly Depleted Fishing Resources; 1.2. Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing; 1.3. Fishing: Transformation of an Old Concept: "Sovereignty"and "Security"?; 2. China's Fishing Industry; 2.1. Rapid Developments after the 1980s; 2.2. Challenges in Chinese Fishery Industry Development; 2.3. Overcapacity of Fishing; 2.4. Depletion of Coastal Marine Environment
  • 2.5. Fishery Legislation and Implementation Issue3. Fishing Activities in East China Sea Disputes: A New Dimension; 3.1. "Fishing" as a Historical Right in the East China Sea; 3.2. Emerging Challenges in the Safety of Fishermen in the East China Sea; 4. Conclusion; Section Two: Issues with Other Claimants' Positions; Chapter 5 The Sovereignty Myth; Overview; 1. "Sovereignty" Reconsidered in the Context of Globalisation; 1.1. Sovereignty under Transformation; 1.1.1. Sovereignty on the Sea; 2. Territoriality and Territorial Rights; 2.1. "Territory" as an Unsatisfactory Criterion
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ocn913513895
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9789814632843
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(OCoLC)913513895
Label
Lessons from the disturbed waters : the Diaoyu/Diaoyutai/Senkaku Islands disputes, Hui-Yi Katherine Tseng
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes index
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Introduction; Section One: China's Positions; Chapter 1 China's Positions; Overview; 1. China's Position in the Historical Archives -- Before the 1970s; 2. The 1970s to 1990s -- Two Decades with Promising Beginning and Ominous Ending; 2.1. The Understanding Not Carved Out in Words; 3. Entering the 1990s: The Critical Timing; 3.1. Joint Development Attempts in Early 21st Century; 4. Recent Rounds of Tensions -- 2008 to the Present; 4.1. The 2012 Nationalisation Plan -- Inflammatory Origin; 4.2. Chinese Reciprocity in Countermeasures
  • 4.3. Challenges to the Chinese Perspective -- The Wild Nationalistic SentimentsChapter 2 Historical Arguments; Overview; 1. A General Perspective of Historical Arguments; 2. Historical Arguments in China's Claims; 2.1. China's Claims in the Diaoyu Islands Dispute; 2.2. Implications; 2.3. China's Claims in the South China Sea Dispute; 2.4. The Nine-Dotted Line; 3. Reconsidering "Historical Rights"; 3.1. The Diaoyu Islands Dispute; 3.2. A Legal Explanation of China's "Historical Arguments"; 4. Concluding Observations; 4.1. Structural Issues and Challenges; Chapter 3 Issue-Linkage with Taiwan
  • Overview1. Transformation of the Taiwan Issue; 1.1. The Taiwan Issue under Transformation; 1.2. Growing Taiwan Identity Overshadowing the Diaoyu/Diaoyutai/Senkaku Islands Disputes; 2. The Beginning of Issue-Linkage with the Taiwan Issue; 2.1. The Initiation; 2.2. Nuances: Names; 3. The "Taiwan Dilemma" of China in the Diaoyu Islands Dispute; 3.1. China's "Taiwan Dilemma"; 3.2. China's Taiwan Dilemma in Contemporary Regional Context; 4. The "Taiwan Dilemma" in China's Claim: A Legal Perspective; 4.1. The Legal Vacuum in China's Claims
  • 4.2. Reasons and Ramifications of Chinese Resistance to the SFPT4.3. The Political Considerations of China's Claims; 5. Conclusion; Chapter 4 Challenges to Fishing in the East China Sea; Overview; 1. Fishing in East Asia; 1.1. Quickly Depleted Fishing Resources; 1.2. Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing; 1.3. Fishing: Transformation of an Old Concept: "Sovereignty"and "Security"?; 2. China's Fishing Industry; 2.1. Rapid Developments after the 1980s; 2.2. Challenges in Chinese Fishery Industry Development; 2.3. Overcapacity of Fishing; 2.4. Depletion of Coastal Marine Environment
  • 2.5. Fishery Legislation and Implementation Issue3. Fishing Activities in East China Sea Disputes: A New Dimension; 3.1. "Fishing" as a Historical Right in the East China Sea; 3.2. Emerging Challenges in the Safety of Fishermen in the East China Sea; 4. Conclusion; Section Two: Issues with Other Claimants' Positions; Chapter 5 The Sovereignty Myth; Overview; 1. "Sovereignty" Reconsidered in the Context of Globalisation; 1.1. Sovereignty under Transformation; 1.1.1. Sovereignty on the Sea; 2. Territoriality and Territorial Rights; 2.1. "Territory" as an Unsatisfactory Criterion
Control code
ocn913513895
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Extent
1 online resource
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9789814632843
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unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)913513895

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