Looking Beyond Sovereign State: The Perspective of the Filipino front liners in the South China Sea Dispute
Alviola, Mary Anne B.
Huang, Chiung Chiu
Alviola, Mary Anne B.
Fishing life experiences
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|摘要: ||現行文獻中南海問題多著眼於國家權力以及國際領域上的分析，而有關菲律賓的討論則多著重在雙邊關係、談判以及條約的部分，因此這份研究想要與傳統的研究形勢作出區別，想以菲律賓的人民為探討主體。這份研究從菲律賓人的觀點出發，將從人民、特別是漁民的生活經驗去探討南海衝突。它探討中國如何打破南海和平以及在斯卡伯勒淺灘的人權文化以及打擾捕魚人對生活品質。透過對人民角色、生活、社群上的影響來更全面性的分析來了解國際關係以及國際政治對人民的日常生活、收入、資源帶來何種影響。這份研究用Brantley Womack 的不對等關係理論來檢視在不對稱的能力以及不對等的關注下影響菲律賓的外交政策、及對其人民所產生的影響。|
Literatures available discussing the SCS conflict and dispute circulates in the verge of state’s power, politics and international arena. In the context of the Philippines, most discussions focus on bilateral associations, negotiations and agreements. This can be considered as a traditional form of analysis in international relations and such is what this research aims to look beyond. This study presents the Filipino civic perspective in the South China Sea (SCS) through discovering the life experiences of the people within the area specifically the fishermen. It discusses how China’s arrival removed the peace and humanitarian culture in the Scarborough shoal and disturbed the fishing life quality of the people. By looking at the role and significance of the civic perspective and communities in the issue, it presents a more inclusive analysis of the SCS in international relations which offers the connection of foreign policy to every day politics which impacts the daily livelihood, income and resources of the people. Primarily using Brantly Womack’s theory of asymmetric relations, this study flows on the framework of asymmetric capabilities and attentions which creates a greater problem in the Philippine’s foreign policy and eventually formulate an effect in domestic politics and impacts the regular people such as the fishermen.
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