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1. The South China sea arbitration : jurisdiction, admissibility, procedure

2. South China sea developments and Iiplications for freedom of navigation

3. The Spratly Islands and international law : legal solutions to coexistence and cooperation in disputed areas

4. China's maritime boundaries in the South China Sea : historical and international law perspectives

5. Legal study on China's sovereignty over the Nansha Islands

6. Maritime and territorial disputes in the South China sea : faces of power and law in the age of China's rise

7. Navigating uncertainty In the South China sea disputes : interdisciplinary perspectives

8. Routledge handbook of the South China sea

9. The competing jurisdictions of the WTO and the UNCLOS dispute settlement fora in the context of multifaceted disputes

10. Les conflits de droit de la mer en mer de Chine

11. Cooperation and Engagement in the Asia-Pacific Region

12. The politics of South China Sea disputes

13. Building a normative order in the South China Sea : evolving disputes, expanding options

14. The South China Sea Arbitration : understanding the awards and debating with China

15. South China sea : territorial claims and disputes

16. China's policy towards the South China Sea : When geopolitics meets the law of the sea

17. The South China Sea arbitration : the legal dimension

18. South China sea disputes : historical, geopolitical and legal studies

19. US-China competition and the South China Sea disputes

20. Islands and rocks in the South China Sea : post-Hague ruling

21. Rethinking South China Sea disputes : the untold dimensions and great expectations

22. South China sea disputes : flashpoints, turning points and trajectories

23. Arbitration concerning the South China sea : Philippines versus China

24. Power politics in Asia's contested waters : territorial disputes in the South China Sea

25. The South China Sea : a crucible of regional cooperation or conflict-making sovereignty claims?