Name Professor Course Date China and the south china sea scope The south china sea has been surrounded by different issues that emerge from different countries and their determined goal of gaining control of part or the whole of the oceanic region. This research paper will base its interests on what is happening in that geographical part of the world and assess the threats associated with the disputes experienced in the area. The study will aim at determining whether this territory and the issues it could affect the stability of the US economy and its security as a country. The research will major on the actions taken by the United States government towards mobilizing the situation in the south china sea and also it would try to determine whether the disputes arising from China and its neighboring countries put the United States of America in a risky position of themselves. Although this is not entirely the only risk that will be of benefit to the nation its impacts are likely to influence the economic situations of many other nations worldwide. In conclusion the south china sea and its associated risks is an example of issues that are growing to be worldwide situations of concern. References Headland I. (1909). The Political Condition of China. Proceedings of the American Political Science Association 6 p.170. American Journal of International Law. (2013). Proceedings of the Annual Meeting (American Society of International Law) 107 p.543. Kivimäki T. (2002). 'Reason' and 'Power' in Territorial Disputes: The South China Sea. Asian Journal of Social Science 30(3) pp.525-546. Buszynski L. (2012). The South China Sea: Oil Maritime Claims and U.S.–China Strategic Rivalry. The Washington Quarterly 35(2) pp.139-156. Liu Z. and Chen Y. (2015). Impacts risks and governance of climate engineering. Advances in Climate Change Research 6(3-4) pp.197-201. [...]
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