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Home TT dữ liệu Biển Đông Vinod Saighal, Is Time Running Out: The Urgency for Full, Final and Equitable Resolution of the South China Sea Imbroglio
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NameVinod Saighal, Is Time Running Out: The Urgency for Full, Final and Equitable Resolution of the South China Sea Imbroglio
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In 2010 China surprised the world with its assertion that it considered South China Sea  as core interest at par with Taiwan and Tibet. Around that time other countries were subjected to a stronger pitch by China on issues that remain unresolved. The cumulative effect of its hardened posture made the world and more so countries of the region as well as the major players sit up and take note. It resulted in a definitive backlash. Sensing that it may have prematurely disclosed its hand, the Chinese government hastily changed course and has now gone out of its way to reassure the world of its peaceful rise.  Meanwhile major developments that have a bearing on the region have come to the fore. A deeper analysis of the prevailing situation is indicative of opportunities that have surfaced. These could conceivably allow for a  transition to lasting peace in the region. A window of opportunity that could hardly have been envisioned just a year ago has opened up. It is in the interest of all regional players to seize this historic opportunity. The paper examines the avenues that have opened up and explores the pathway for an enduring and just settlement in the South China Sea. 

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