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Prof. Rommel C. Banlaoi, RENEWED TENSIONS AND CONTINUING MARITIME SECURITY DILEMMA IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA: A PHILIPPINE PERSPECTIVE

"...Based on photographic evidences gathered by the author from various official and non-official open sources, all claimants, with the exemption of Brunei, have been consolidating their civilian and military presence in the Spratlys to assert their territorial claims. Though there seems to be a de -escalation of conflict in the South China Sea with the adoption of DOC in 2002, renewed security tensions have occurred in the late 2007 indicating the limitations of DOC in managing territorial disputes and perpetuati ng the maritime security dilemma in one of the contested waters in the Asia Pacific. Beyond  doubt,  the territorial disputes in the South China continue to play a destabilizing role in the security of the Asia Pacific region.   There is therefore a great need to increase transparency and to enhance confidence-building among claimants and other stakeholders in the disputes to effectively overcome the security dilemma in the South China Sea and decisively create a cooperative management regime necessary for regional peace and stability"

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