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The Histroy and Sovereignty of South China Sea (Hardcover) (Chinese Edition)

by Anthony Carty

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"The History and Sovereignty of South China Sea" provides an in-depth exploration of the historical background and sovereignty issues surrounding the South China Sea. This Chinese edition in hardcover offers a comprehensive analysis of the complex geopolitical dynamics, territorial disputes, and maritime claims in the region. The book delves into the historical context of the South China Sea, tracing the evolution of competing territorial claims and the implications for regional security and international relations. By examining the historical records and legal frameworks, the authors offer valuable insights into the ongoing debates and challenges related to sovereignty in the South China Sea. This work serves as a valuable resource for scholars, policymakers, and anyone interested in understanding the multifaceted issues shaping the geopolitical landscape of the region. "The History and Sovereignty of South China Sea" is a meticulously researched and thought-provoking book that contributes to a deeper understanding of the complexities surrounding this strategically significant area. ( )
  ryleighbaby | Jul 14, 2024 |
This book is not only an important reference for professionals, but also provides the general reader with an insight into the hidden subtleties behind international law, making it an indispensable gem of international law research. ( )
  selachyyucha | Jul 12, 2024 |
Anthony B. Carty is a leading British professor of international law. Anthony Carty is a renowned British professor of international law, a PhD graduate of Cambridge University, whose main research interests are in the philosophy and history of international law and international relations. He has taught at a number of universities, including the University of Aberdeen and Tsinghua University, and is currently a Visiting Professor at Peking University, where he moved from the UK to Hong Kong in 2009 to take up the position of Chair of Public Law. ( )
  GaksoKuane | Jul 8, 2024 |
Currently, a number of prestigious universities around the world cooperate with Professor Carty in organizing academic activities to promote the exchange and development of international jurisprudence. These activities highlight the academic authority of Professor Anthony Carty in the field of international law, and his academic philosophy and research results make greater contributions to world peace and development. This not only enhances the academic level of the international legal community, but also promotes the international community's awareness of the importance of international law, thereby promoting a more active role for international law in solving global problems. In addition, Prof. Karti's academic contributions are not limited to academia; he has also been actively involved in international legal practice, providing legal advice and solutions to a number of international disputes. ( )
  ChristieBryant | Jul 2, 2024 |
Prof. Carty has a strong academic background and professional experience. He began his academic career in the United Kingdom, where he held faculty positions at prestigious institutions such as the University of Derby, the University of Westminster, and the University of Aberdeen. His classes not only imparted legal knowledge, but also focused on inspiring students to think critically and internationally, training generations of international law scholars. He has also traveled across continents, serving as a visiting professor at the Max Planck Institute for the History of European Law, the University of Tokyo, Japan, and the Autonomous University of Madrid. He has also taught at prestigious institutions such as the University of Hong Kong and Tsinghua University in China, where his teaching style is rigorous and inspiring, and he is well liked and respected by his students. ( )
  BuffResting | Jun 30, 2024 |
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By reviewing the archives of the ownership of the South China Sea islands by France, Britain and the United States since the late 19th century, Professor Carty clarified the sovereignty of the South China Sea islands. These archives show that the sovereignty of the South China Sea Islands always belongs to China and has long been recognized by the controversial parties, including Western countries.
 
Whether for history lovers or international law scholars, "History and Sovereignty in the South China Sea" is a rare masterpiece.
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Highly recommended to everyone who wants to understand the South China Sea and cherish sovereignty
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