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Research on the South China Sea Issue: Perspectives on Strategy Selection (II)
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Editor(s)-in-Chief: Bilingual Publishing Center of Social Sciences
Publisher(s): China Academic Journals (CD Edition) Electronic Publishing House Co., Ltd.

First Published: 2021.01.19
Discipline(s): Politics/ Military Affairs/ Law
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  • Research on the South China Sea Issue: Perspectives on Strategy Selection series provide a rich collection of 63 papers in total published in journals such as Foreign Affairs Review, Southeast Asian Studies, and Northeast Asia Forum. The authors include Wu Shicun, President of the National Institute for South China Sea Studies, Zhu Feng, Executive Director of the Collaborative Innovation Center of South China Sea Studies of Nanjing University, and other established professionals. The number of Chinese characters totals around 860,000 and that of English words totals roughly 600,000. This Chinese-English bilingual e-book series are composed of two volumes. This volume shares academic achievements on the South China Sea issue from two angles: American Strategy, as well as ASEAN and the South China Sea Issue.

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1. Research on U.S. freedom of navigation system and compliance bargaining model: its impact on South China Sea

Northeast Asia Forum,Part 1: American Strategy,Vol 26,No. 01

2. South China Sea issue and China-US relations

Journal of Contemporary Asia-Pacific Studies,Part 1: American Strategy,No. 02

3. “Indo-Pacific Strategic Arc” and implications of alignment among the U.S., India, Japan and Australia on security in the South China Sea

South Asian Studies,Part 1: American Strategy,No. 03

4. America’s South China Sea strategy in the context of “rebalance” and its regional security paradox effect

Southeast Asian Affairs,Part 1: American Strategy,No. 04

5. On the characteristics of Obama administration’s South China Sea policy

Southeast Asian Studies,Part 1: American Strategy,No. 05

6. New features and tendency of America's policy towards the South China Sea region

Southeast Asian Affairs,Part 1: American Strategy,No. 06

7. Comparative analysis of American crisis management in the South China Sea and Diaoyu Islands: taking Huangyan Island and Japan “purchasing” Diaoyu Islands as examples

Southeast Asian Affairs,Part 1: American Strategy,No. 07

8. Trump administration’s South China Sea policy: discourse, action and trend

Southeast Asian Affairs,Part 1: American Strategy,No. 08

9. Issue of freedom of navigation and Sino-US South China Sea conflict: from the perspective of the natural attribute of the ocean

Foreign Affairs Review,Part 1: American Strategy,Vol 35,No. 09

10. The U.S. freedom of navigation in South China Sea: the norm cascade perspective

Southeast Asian Affairs,Part 1: American Strategy,No. 10

11. ??South China Sea crisis and crisis management in China and the United States

Northeast Asia Forum,Part 1: American Strategy,Vol 25,No. 11

12. Influence of American “Indo-Pacific” strategy to South China Sea issue: with emphasis on the pivot countries to Indian-Pacific strategy

Southeast Asian Studies,Part 1: American Strategy,No. 12

13. The U.S. policy on the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea

The Journal of International Studies,Part 1: American Strategy,Vol 39,No. 13

14. China-US cognitive differences and policy interaction on the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea

Southeast Asian Studies,Part 1: American Strategy,No. 14

15. ?Asia-Pacific rebalancing and the adjustment of U.S. policy towards the South China Sea

The Chinese Journal of American Studies,Part 1: American Strategy,Vol 30,No. 15