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Governing Maritime Space: The South China Sea as a Mediterranean Cultural Area

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The South China Sea is a contested area, but it can also be seen as a mediterranean cultural area, connected by migration, air and sea traffic, science coopereation and popular culture. …

The South China Sea is a contested area, but it can also be seen as a mediterranean cultural area, connected by migration, air and sea traffic, science coopereation and popular culture.
Lecture at the Southeast Asia Research Centre, City University of Hong Kong, 23-02-2014 http://www.cityu.edu.hk/searc/

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  • 1. • A look from the South: 
  • 2. Three Mediterranean  Seas South China Sea (3462km) Baltic Sea (1347km) Mediterranean Sea (3255km)
  • 3. Total coastline length Countries bordering South China Sea Country Cambodia Brunei Thailand Vietnam Malaysia China Indonesia Philippines Singapore Taiwan borders (km) 3015 542 8082 8083 7344 22117 57546 36289 193 1566 coast (km) 443 161 3219 3444 4675 14500 54716 36289 193 1566 coast (%) 14.7 29.7 39.8 42.6 63.7 65.6 95.1 100.0 100.0 100.0
  • 4. invade
  • 5. Sejarah Melayu (1650s?): "Terlalu besar kerajaannya pada zaman itu, segala seluruh Jawa semuanya dalam hukumnya, segala raja-raja Nusantara pula, setengah takluk kepada baginda".
  • 6. Javanese Map of Java and  Sumatra, ca 1965 Manguin, Pierre‐Yves‐, 1979, "Note sur l'origine nautique du mot  'jam'", Archipel, 18, p. 95‐103. 
  • 7. (Bellwood 2006, Nothofer 2013)
  • 8. Connectivity: Science  Cooperation 1990‐2000
  • 9. Connectivity: Science  Cooperation 2000‐2014
  • 10. THE END Thank you for your  attention The End The END

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