With the mounting concern for territorial conflicts, the question as to whether third parties should anticipate these issues or not has been much debated. I will analyze both approaches of this matter in this essay before stating my own opinion. On the one hand, many suppose that third parties' intervention tend to exert many positive effects, one of which is the unbiased conditions. Take the case of conflict of beaches and islands between Philippines and China as an example. Without the supports from many countries such as The United States, it is certainly struggling for Philippines, a lower economic and military, to raise their voice and won in the campaign of confirming their dominant. In fact, the aids namely weapons, war- ships and economic contracts are beneficiaries of weaker parties in these conflicts such as Vietnam and Malaysia from the outside forces. Hence, this makes it clear why many are favour of the interference of the outside parties in order to guarantee the equity. On the other hand, critics of the aforementioned argument often counter that these participations are fundamentally dangerous. Firstly, the third nations can easily take advantage of complicated conditions to give contracts that do not have equal benefits among parties. With the aim of receiving their support, many have endured the loss of a part of nation's continent or signed these non-beneficial contracts. In addition, it is obvious that through co-operativeness, the outside forces would have more chances to investigate the politics, economics and society of the weaker sides. It means that their weaknesses are well awared of the potential competitors. Consequently, it is undeniable that joining-hands with the third countries contain many detrimental consequences. In brief, from the above arguments, I contend that the outside parties' anticipation is the optimum way to curb the territorial problems. However, it is advisable that governments have proper policies in co-operating other countries so that they can protect their dominion without attracting more rivals.