Law of the Sea in East Asia: Issues And Prospects
Law of the Sea in East Asia selects the most prominent maritime legal issues that have emerged since the post-LOS Convention era for a detailed discussion and assessment. The current marine legal order in East Asia is based on the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (LOS Convention) and accordingly coastal states in the region are obliged to cooperate amongst themselves to exercise their rights and perform their duties.
Keyuan, a respected expert in the fields of international and Chinese law, explores issues concerning compliance with the law of the sea, territorial disputes and maritime boundary delimitation, fishery management, safety of navigation and maritime security, and neglected issues in the law of the sea. This is the first book to examine maritime laws in East Asia, and as such will appeal to academics of law and Asian studies, lawyers and policy makers.
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Maintaining the marine legal order in East Asia
Dispute over the Scarborough Reef
Maritime boundary delimitation in the Gulf of Tonkin
SinoJapanese joint fishery management in the East
Redefining the legal status of the Taiwan Strait
Crackdown on piracy in the South China Sea