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A New Model of Joint Developmentfor the South China Sea

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In the 1980s there were two workshops organized by the East-West Center, Hawaii, discussing the possibilities of joint development in the South China Sea. The complicated situation in the South China Sea indicates that joint development may be the only feasible means for regional cooperation for offshore oil and gas development. In addition to the joint development arrangements, East Asian countries also have concluded bilateral agreements concerning maritime boundary delimitation and fishery management, which can provide some basis for possible joint development arrangements. A new model for potential joint development in the South China Sea can thus be designed, being comprised of China, including Taiwan, as one party, and ASEAN, including all ten member States, as the other party.

Keywords: ASEAN; joint development; new model; South China sea



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