Event Title

What is the Impact of China’s Artificial Islands in the South China Sea and how it affects the United States and China Relations?

Start Date

26-6-2020 12:00 AM

Document Type

Poster Session

Department

Leadership and Organizational Studies

Advisor

Joyce Gibson, PhD

Abstract

This is an integrative literature review of various perspectives of different authors of previous scholarly articles discussing the impact of China’s artificial islands in the South China Sea and how it affects U.S. China relations in the region. This research covers a range of parameters surrounding how the artificial islands were made and how they affect the overall security of naval operations and will also discuss international waterway rights within the strait of Hurmuz, one of the World’s biggest trading routes. A review of current events in the region will be discussed highlighting the potential powder keg that could explode and how it can provide a starting point to summarize and identify the seriousness of the current fluid situation that is changing daily and how it potentially impacts the region. By conducting this integrative literature review it will further publicize and educate the public about events that are shaping the region in the South China Sea. It will add clarity, and cohesiveness to the events in the region and how they impact the United States and China relations.

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This presentation will be available late June, 2020.

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Jun 26th, 12:00 AM

What is the Impact of China’s Artificial Islands in the South China Sea and how it affects the United States and China Relations?

This is an integrative literature review of various perspectives of different authors of previous scholarly articles discussing the impact of China’s artificial islands in the South China Sea and how it affects U.S. China relations in the region. This research covers a range of parameters surrounding how the artificial islands were made and how they affect the overall security of naval operations and will also discuss international waterway rights within the strait of Hurmuz, one of the World’s biggest trading routes. A review of current events in the region will be discussed highlighting the potential powder keg that could explode and how it can provide a starting point to summarize and identify the seriousness of the current fluid situation that is changing daily and how it potentially impacts the region. By conducting this integrative literature review it will further publicize and educate the public about events that are shaping the region in the South China Sea. It will add clarity, and cohesiveness to the events in the region and how they impact the United States and China relations.

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