What happens when the US imposed sanctions on CHINA in THE SOUTH CHINA SEA?


The sanctions against individuals and organizations
engaged in illegal activities in the South China Sea of China is likely to be part of
the US policy in the following year. Earlier this week, Sen. Marco Rubio – characters
each candidate the presidential election earlier this year Republicans – has introduced a bill
to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, which proposed the measures penalties for
disobedience actions of Chinese law in the South China sea and East China sea. The bill, known as the “Act of sanctions on
the South China Sea and East China Sea in 2016”, which aimed at individuals and organizations
involved in the illegal activities of Beijing in the South China Sea and the Sea East China,
the office statement describing Senator Rubio. “The aggressive actions by China in the South
China Sea are illegal and threaten the security of US trade in the region, with the possible
impact felt at the seaports in Florida right now,” Mr. Rubio noted. “The security of allies in the region’s economic
life and we can not be threatened by the flagrant violation, with the continuity of Beijing
for the international rules in the pursuit of dominance in the South China sea and East
China sea, “he added. This bill would represent a change in policy
ambitious American. If passed, the bill would require the US president to implement a series
of sanctions against individuals and organizations in China to participate in illegal activities
sanctioned China Sea and turn the nest financial officials of third party interaction with
intentionally units. Additionally Mr. Rubio’s proposal also contains
other important changes such as limiting foreign aid to countries that sided with China’s stance
on the South China Sea disputes and the East China Sea. And more importantly, long-term
transformation earlier stance when the powers of the United States does not take sides on
each of the parties to the territorial disputes. This will be the legal basis for the new US
administration continues to emphasize the importance of freedom of navigation and overflight
in the South China Sea and confirmed this through the implementation of the freedom
of maritime patrol operations and expand cooperation with Southeast Asian countries. More specifically, the proposal of Mr. Rubio
also applied in accordance with the nature judgment given by the Permanent Court of Arbitration
on the South China Sea Tuesday 12/7 lawsuit, which dedicates victory for the Philippines. What happens when the bill was passed? According to Ankit Panda commentator from
The Diplomat sure when adopted, this bill will make waves against the government and
the Chinese public opinion. With the aim of protecting the integrity of the so-called
“core interests”, observers assessed once US sanctions hinder the will of Beijing, it
will inflame nationalist flames in China, forcing the government to take measures to
retaliate against Washington, as well as bilateral relations drag plummeted. The sanctions, as outlined by Mr. Rubio, with
specific provisions for phased sanctions under certain conditions, including the China unilaterally
establish an air defense identification zone (ADIZ) South China Sea or continue improving,
militarized in the illegal occupation of the island. In a specific sense, punitive laws
will create a number of “red boundaries” contain China going too far, reducing regional defiantly. Proposed by Senator Rubio is receiving much
attention from scholars in Asia. Some have suggested adding penalties for this bill in
some specific situations. It contains detailed notes that the United States should include
both matters maritime territorial disputes in the commitments and treaties protect their
allies. According to observers, the core purpose of
this bill is to limit China’s behavior, but it also raises questions about whether this
is just a simple message or legislative efforts to curb US seriously. With signs that the government may pursue
a Trump tough policy and regards China as its main rival in Asia, make sure the proposed
legislation will have the opportunity to discuss the new policy the United States next year. Mr. Rubio is not the first lawmaker wants
Washington assertive in the South China Sea through formal legislation. Earlier this year,
Mike Pompeo Republican member from Kansas and currently is the director of Central Intelligence
Agency in the new cabinet of Mr. Trump has proposed a resolution recognizing the PCA
ruling as a legally binding justice and oppose the activities of the Chinese in the South
China sea and East China sea.

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