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The South China Sea: Challenges, Opportunities and Prospects for Collaboration

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The South China Sea is one of Malaysia’s most strategic but vulnerable maritime domains. It is an area faced with multiple-stakeholder disputes and is increasingly being defined by might-makes-right, instead of norms grounded in international law. Against this backdrop, Malaysian policymakers are concerned that the internationalisation of these disputes will only see further entrenchment of major power competition which threatens stability and environmental impact in the region. Invited as a panelist, REFSA Research Director Ivy Kwek addressed these pressing challenges in the webinar “The South China Sea: Challenges, Opportunities and Prospects for Collaboration” organised by the Institute Of Strategic & International Studies (ISIS).

 

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