South China Sea: A Commons for China On…

As the center of the global economy shifts eastward, reflecting China’s rise as the second largest economy in the world, trade routes serving the area have acquired greater importance. It has also brought new attention to the 1982 United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea, or UNCLOS. This international legal regime has managed the global order at sea for the last decade and a half, and East Asia has emerged as a new arena of conflict.

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