Review: ‘China’s Law of the Sea: The new rules of maritime order’ by I. B. Kardon: ‘
China’s threat has, perhaps, been over mentioned in academia and so finding a pioneering approach could prove challenging. Isaac Kardon has successfully proved his prominence with this intensive empirical book through a unique perspective which focuses on China’s revisioning agenda in the law of the sea.
Kardon has designed an ambitious research question of whether China has succeeded in changing the rules of the international law of the sea from its early days in participating in the formation of UNCLOS (United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea), the baseline of the overall discussion, to its aggressive maneuvering in the past decade…
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