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Should China prepare for new legitimate war in South China Sea?

Viewed 370 times 2015-12-29 14:52 |System category:Others| China


A few days ago, US military office made an apology to  China for its military jet close to China's island in South China sea. Most Chinese consider it as a victory of China's sovereign on South China Sea, and take it for grant that US accept the current situation. However, I think that there may be a new potential crisis if China did not perceive the legitimate war over south China sea. 

According to The Diplomat, Zaobo and other media, the dispute of south China sea seems occurred between China and its neighbor states, actually, the dispute occurred between China and US. To some extend, the issue of south china sea involves the competition  between the rising power and established power. "Review of diplomacy in 2015, south china sea has been the focus issue between China and US" predicted,  though military conflict would be avoided, the dispute may become more severe. 

Legitimate dispute would be dominate in south China sea in the future. Support by US, Philippine and other neighbor states involving the dispute would appeal to international court. Besides Philippine, Vietnam and Indonesia may take judicial proceedings about south china sea in future.

Though China insisted to refuse the current judicial issue, it may need more preparation for the coming judicial proceedings in future.    

 

(Opinions of the writer in this blog don't represent those of China Daily.)


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