China and the Law of the Sea Convention: follow the sea

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Edwin Mellen Press Limited, 1995 - Law - 118 pages
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Examines the major nonliving resource in the area, oil, because geological surveys predict enormous offshore oil deposits. In an attempt to extend their boundaries to include as much of the rich seabed as possible, the East Asian states are involved in disputes over boundary methods, island claims, and exploration rights.

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Chapter Two
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Chapter Four
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Chapter Five
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