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Author Atanasova, Elena, author

Title Pride and prejudice : maritime disputes in Northeast Asia / Elena Atanassova-Cornelis, Ramon Pacheco Pardo and Eva Pejsova
Published Paris : EU Institute for Security Studies, [2015]
©2015
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Description 1 online resource (55 pages) : color illustration, color maps
Series Report, 2363-264X ; no. 23
ISS report ; no. 23
Contents Introduction -- Islands, borders and claims -- Nationalism, history and identity politics -- Trust through cooperation
Summary "Overlapping sovereignty claims at sea constitute one of the major sources of diplomatic tensions in East Asia, with repercussions for the security environment in the broader Asia Pacific. Given the importance of the region's maritime realm for the functioning of the global economy, any instability caused by the possible escalation of these disputes also poses a threat to Europe, a major trading partner, which relies on its sea lines of communication (SLOCs) for the export and import of goods. The three concrete cases addressed in this report include the dispute over the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands in the East China Sea -- administered by Japan and laid claim to separately by the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China (Taiwan); the Dokdo/Takeshima Islands in the Japan Sea/East Sea -- administered by South Korea and claimed by Japan; and the Southern Kurils/Northern Territories in the Sea of Okhotsk -- administered by the Russian Federation and claimed by Japan"--Publisher's web site
Notes "March 2015."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 51-53)
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EUISS, viewed April 9, 2015)
Subject Security, International -- East Asia
Shipping -- East Asia
Sovereignty
Territorial waters -- East Asia
Asia.
Diplomatic relations.
International law.
Security, International.
Shipping.
Sovereignty.
Territorial waters.
diplomatic relations.
diplomatic relations.
international cooperation.
international cooperation.
international dispute.
international dispute.
maritime area.
maritime area.
national sovereignty.
national sovereignty.
nationalism.
nationalism.
report.
territorial dispute.
territorial dispute.
the EU's international role.
the EU's international role.
East Asia -- Foreign relations
Kuril Islands (Russia) -- International status
Senkaku Islands -- International status
Tok Island (Korea) -- International status
Asia.
East Asia.
Korea (South) -- Tok Island.
Pacific Ocean -- Senkaku Islands.
Russia (Federation) -- Kuril Islands.
Form Electronic book
Author Pacheco Pardo, Ramon, author
Pejsova, Eva, author
Institute for Security Studies (Paris, France), publisher
ISSN 2363-264X