The South China Sea Island has been the center of ongoing disputes among coastal nations due to its abundant fisheries resources, crude oil, and natural gas, as well as its significance as a vital shipping route. These disputes have escalated over the years, even leading to military conflicts, drawing increasing international attention. The archive comprises curated texts, maps, and official documents from various national archives spanning 1877 to 1988.

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