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《Southeast Asian Studies》 2018-03
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Sino-American Cognitive Differences and Policy Interaction on the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea

CHEN Cihang;KONG Lingjie;China Institute of Boundary and Ocean Studies,Wuhan University;  
This Round consultation on a Code of Conduct in the South China Sea partly originates from the intensification of strategic competition between U. S. and China in the South China Sea,which is also an important issue in the South China Sea game in recent years. The cognition of China and the U. S. are influenced by their issue identity,interest concerns and policy preference,which are differences in many ways. Both countries have been seeking to influence the process and outcome of the consultation and launching a series of policy interactions which is based on their respective cognition.China has greatly eliminated extraterritorial interference and grasped the initiative of the consultations on this issue through three stages of interaction and game. The policy interaction between the two countries presents four major features,which are: competitive interaction as the basic attribute,non-direct and asymmetric interaction as the main model,leading the consultation is the core objectives,identity is the basic characteris-tic of the effect of interaction. Publishing opinion sings down the Code of Conduct consultation and colluding extraterritorial power are two main trends of the intervention of Trump administration on this issue. China should further build the identity of a responsible major country,construct the good order of the South China Sea and manage the differences and competition between the two countries in this region reasonably in the process of future consultation of the Code of Conduct.
【Fund】: 武汉大学人文社会科学自主科研青年项目“南海非传统安全多边合作机制构建:可行性、现实困难与解决路径”(2017QN001);; 中央高校基本科研业务费专项资金
【CateGory Index】: D993.5
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