Does the Artic hold the key to to South China Sea Mediation?

ASEAN / Asia / March 6, 2016

By Grace Chua

In climate, history, and culture, the South China Sea could not be more different from the North and South Poles. Geopolitically, though? There may be some similarities. That’s the idea being put forth by a group of political scientists who are arguing that the political arrangements used to govern the Arctic, in particular, could be a good model to ending the disputes in the fractious South China Sea.


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