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Use and Utility of the Non-Traditional Security Concept in the Context of the South China Sea Arbitration

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The arbitral award in 2016 has had a positive impact on the credibility of the Philippines and other Southeast Asian claimant countries in the South China Sea. However, questions about China’s divisive influence in the neighbourhood remain more relevant than ever and necessitate inquiry into the use and utility of dialogue on non-traditional security (NTS) issues in building confidence in times of low confidence, with specific reference to the period of the arbitration process and ruling.

Affiliations: 1: Albert-Ludwigs University Freiburg naila.maier-knapp@hotmail.com

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2017-01-01
2018-06-21

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