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The Straits of Malacca and Singapore
Malaysia and Singapore have established a cooperative mechanism that enables co-operation on navigational safety and environmental protection.
Maritime boundary diplomacy in the Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman Sea has been the key to economic prosperity
Nations involved show strong commitment to peace and stability which otherwise could be compromised by possible disputes.
INTRODUCTION: Maritime Boundary Disputes in Southeast Asia
This Blue Security/Melbourne Asia Review series ‘Beyond the South China Sea: other maritime disputes in Southeast Asia?’ provides context and clarity to unresolved maritime boundary disputes in Southeast Asia.
Maritime Boundary Disputes in the Celebes Sea
It would certainly be in the interests of the region for Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines to find common ground.
Lessons from successful maritime dispute resolutions in the Indo-Pacific
There are many examples of successful maritime dispute resolution across Asia and the Pacific.