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The South China Sea: “Disputed waters” everywhere?

The South China Sea: “Disputed waters” everywhere? Huy Duong RSIS Commentary (2012) Synopsis Since 2011, the disputes over maritime space in the South China Sea have involved not only which country has sovereign and jurisdictional rights over an area, but also whether an area constitutes disputed waters. This is an important question that must be … Continue reading

Talks on legal aspects of the Fifth International South China Sea Workshop

From November 11th – 12th,  the Diplomacy Academy of Vietnam and the Vietnam Lawyers’ Association organized the Fifith South China Sea Workshop: Cooperation for Regional Security and Development. Below are the videos of sessions with topics on legal aspects of the South China Sea disputes. Session 4: International law, UNCLOS and the South China Sea http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXiqTcGchjYContinue reading

Prospect for the joint development of Hydrocarbon resources in the South China Sea

Prospect for the joint development of Hydrocarbon resources in the South China Sea Leonardo BERNARD Centre for International Law, National University of Singapore Conference on Maritime Confidence Building Measures in the South China Sea, Australian Strategic Policy Institute, August 2013 In areas with multiple claimants, such as the South China Sea, it may be difficult … Continue reading

The South China Sea: Evolution of or Disregard for International Law?

The South China Sea: Evolution of or Disregard for International Law? By Huy Duong and Tuan Pham NAPSNet Policy Forum In the article “The South China Sea: What China Could Say”, Mark Valencia has proposed a number of statements that China could make in justification of its stance in the South China Sea disputes. This … Continue reading

Joint Development in the South China Sea

Joint Development in the South China Sea Huy Duong cogitASIA With the South China Sea disputes remaining intractable, the need to manage them is paramount. Worldwide, joint development of disputed areas has proved to be a hallmark for managing disputes, yet this continues to elude the claimants to the Paracels, Spratlys, Scarborough Reef, and the … Continue reading

South China Sea: Limits To Commercial Fishing By Claimants – Analysis

China’s deployment of its largest factory ship with its fishing fleet in the South China Sea raises questions about limits to commercial fishing in overlapping areas. Intensive fisheries in such claim areas which result in the extinction of certain fish stocks would be contrary to UNCLOS and may impede the conclusion of fisheries co-operation agreements. … Continue reading

A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s unilateral ban on fishing in the South China Sea? (The End)

>>  Part 1 >> Part 2 >> Part 3 5. Perspectives for the establishment of a Bilateral MPAs Network between Vietnam and China This final section provides some general perspectives about how a bilateral network of MPAs between Vietnam and China might be established and managed, in order to contribute to the preservation ofthe marine … Continue reading

A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s unilateral ban on fishing in the South China Sea? (Part 3)

>>  A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s unilateral ban on fishing in the South China Sea? (Part 1) >>  >>  A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s unilateral ban on fishing in the … Continue reading

A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s unilateral ban on fishing in the South China Sea? (Part 2)

>>  A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s unilateral ban on fishing in the South China Sea? (Part 1) 2. The support of MPAs Network in international and regional texts The establishment of MPAs networks, in particular at the regional level, has been supported by … Continue reading

A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s unilateral ban on fishing in the South China Sea? (Part 1)

Synopsis: The paper supports the establishment of a network to manage bilaterally the marine protected areas (MPA) between China and Vietnam in the eastern part of the South China Sea in a capacity of a solution to substitute China’s annual ban on fishing in the area. Such a bilateral network, if feasible, not only makes … Continue reading

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