Christian Wirth

Whose ‘Freedom of Navigation’? Australia, China, the United States, and the Making of Order in the ‘Indo-Pacific’

Rethinking Asia and International Relations | 2021


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    Maritime and Territorial Disputes in the South China Sea

    Editor(s)

    Yih-Jye Hwang

    Edmund Frettingham

    Series

    Rethinking Asia and International Relations

    Publisher

    Routledge

    ISBN

    9781003035855

    Dr. Christian Wirth

    Formerly Research Fellow


    Speaker | 04/09/2022

    The Freedom of Navigation: Toward a Genealogical History of the Geopolitics of the International Law of the Sea

    European International Studies Association Prague: 04/09/2022

    Dr. Christian Wirth

    Formerly Research Fellow

    Contemporary Security Policy | 2022

    Filling the Void: The Asia-Pacific Problem of Order and Emerging Indo-Pacific Regional Multilateralism

    Policy makers have converged on the need to safeguard the “rules-based order” across the newly coined “Indo-Pacific” region. However, it is not clear, what exactly is to be preserved, and why the contested terms have rapidly found their way into policy debates. An analysis.

    Dr. Christian Wirth

    Formerly Research Fellow

    Ass. Prof. Dr. Nicole Jenne

    Pontifical Catholic University of Chile

    Speaker | 21/01/2022

    Collective vs. Cooperative Security: Europe's Struggle to Navigate the Indo-Pacific Clash of 'Rules-based Orders'

    Sciences Po - Paris Institute of Political Studies Paris: 21/01/2022

    Presentation at the conference: The EU and the Indo-Pacific: what Strategy, with which Partners?

    Dr. Christian Wirth

    Formerly Research Fellow

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