Dr Nengye Liu recently edited a Special Issue on the South China Sea disputes, which was just published in the Asia Pacific Journal of Ocean Law and Policy (Brill). The Special Issue is the resulting publication of Dr Liu’s South China Sea Roundtable last year, which was held immediately after the Arbitral Tribunal in the Hague issued its final award on The Philippines v. China case.
The Special Issue consists of six papers, with co-editor and contributors from leading Australian universities, including Queensland University of Technology, University of Queensland, University of Tasmania, University of New England, Griffith University and University of Adelaide. Adelaide scholars played a key part in this timely publication. The paper of A/Prof Matthew Stubbs and Prof Dale Stephens discussed legal status of China’s artificial island in the South China Sea; while Dr Michelle Lim and Dr Nengye Liu’s paper proposed Condominium Arrangements as a Legal Mechanism for the Conservation of the South China Sea Large Marine Ecosystem.
Review the Special Issue here.