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David Rosenberg

Professor Emeritus of Political Science

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David Rosenberg is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Middlebury College, Vermont, USA and Visiting Fellow in the Department of Political and Social Change in the School of International, Political & Strategic Studies (IPS) at the Australian National University in Canberra. He is also editor of the South China Sea WWW Virtual Library [www.southchinasea.org].

Prof. Rosenberg received his B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, (1963), an M.P.A. in International Development, from the School of Management, Cornell University (1967), and a Ph.D. in Comparative Government, with subfields in Southeast Asian Studies and Development Economics, from Cornell University (1972). He has also been a Visiting Professor, Fellow, or Lecturer at the American University’s School of International Service, the Foreign Service Institute of the U.S. State Department, the School for Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, the Center for International Studies at Cornell University, and the College of Public Administration at the University of the Philippines. He was a Fulbright Research Fellow at the Asian Center of the University of the Philippines. He served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nepal from 1963 to1965.

 

Research Web Page

The South China Sea

Recent Publications

"Maritime Security in the South China Sea," co-authored with Christopher Chung (Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University), Ocean Development and International Law, (Vol. 39 No. 1), January-March 2008

"Fisheries Management in the South China Sea," in Sam Bateman and Ralf Emmers, Security and International Politics in the South China Sea: Towards A Cooperative Management Regime, Routledge, 2009. pp. 61-79. ISBN: 978-0-415-46943-2

"China-ASEAN Relations: Economic and Legal Dimensions," (Book Review) The China Journal, No. 61 (January 2009). Pp. 246-248.

"Contested Borderlands in the South China Sea," BBC World Service-Asia, (April 2009).

"The Political Economy of Piracy in the South China Sea, Naval War College Review, Volume 62, No. 3, (Summer 2009). Pp. 43-58.

"Strong Borders, Secure Nation: Cooperation and Conflict in China's Territorial Disputes" (Book Review), The China Journal, No. 62 (July, 2009). Pp. 221-223.

Piracy and Maritime Crime: Historical and Modern Case Studies, US Naval War College, Newport Paper #35, January 2010 (Co-author and co-editor with Andrew Forbes, RAN, and Bruce Ellemann, USN).

"Governing the South China Sea: From Freedom of the Seas to Ocean Enclosure Movements," Harvard Asia Quarterly, Vol. XII, No. 3 & 4 (Winter 2010).

“China and India: Prospects for Peace (Book Review), Pacific Affairs, March 2011 (Volume 84, No. 1).

"Red Star over the Pacific: China's Rise and the Challenge to U.S. Maritime Strategy" (Book Review), The China Journal, No. 66 (July 2011).

"Elusive Pirates, Pervasive Smugglers: Violence and Clandestine Trade in the Greater China Seas" (Book Review), The China Journal, No. 66 (July 2011).

“Chinese Circulations: Capital, Commodities, and Networks in Southeast Asia” (Book review), The China Journal, No. 67 (January 2012).

"Beyond the Scarborough Scare: Joint Resource Management in the South China Sea," e-International Relations, May 1, 2012. http://www.e-ir.info/2012/05/01

“Problems and Prospects for Joint Resource Management in the South China Sea, in The South China Sea: Re-Assessing Regional Order in Asia, Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley, September, 2012

"The Paradox of the South China Sea Disputes," The China Story Journal, April 2013.
http://www.thechinastory.org/2013/04/the-paradox-of-the-south-china-sea-...

Research Interests

Development, Environment, and Security Issues of the South China Sea
International Environmental Negotiations
Environment and Development in Southeast Asia