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Chinese ships surround and harass US Navy mapping ship

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Re: Chinese ships surround and harass US Navy mapping ship

Postby BigJohn » 13 Apr 2012, 02:10

Does anyone have a link to a detailed legal PRC statement of claim to that whole area of the South China Sea?
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Re: Chinese ships surround and harass US Navy mapping ship

Postby urodacus » 13 Apr 2012, 07:34

I don't think there is one single such piece, rather a continual roster of insinuation and inference establishing their current position.

However, here are some interesting antecedents:

Map depicting China's territory in South China Sea, by Ministry of the Interior, ROC, 1947

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if it's ROC territory, then it must be PRC territory, by their logic.

also, Wikipedia notes that "In 1958, the People's Republic of China issued a declaration defining its territorial waters, which encompassed the Spratly Islands." but without a reference.
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