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Maritime jurisdiction in East Asian seas

J. R. V. Prescott

Maritime jurisdiction in East Asian seas

by J. R. V. Prescott

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Published by East-West Environment and Policy Institute in Honolulu, Hawaii (1777 East-West Rd., Honolulu 96848) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • East Asia.
    • Subjects:
    • Economic zones (Law of the sea) -- East Asia.,
    • Territorial waters -- East Asia.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 70-72.

      Statementby J.R.V. Prescott.
      SeriesOccasional paper / East-West Environment and Policy Institute ;, no. 4, Occasional paper (East-West Environment and Policy Institute (Honolulu, Hawaii)) ;, no. 4.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJX4144.5 .P727 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 72 p. :
      Number of Pages72
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2098758M
      LC Control Number88146053

      'Shipping Interdiction and the Law of the Sea by Douglas Guilfoyle is the most comprehensive volume of contemporary theory and state practice available on the subject His analysis and judgments are sound, making [the book] a reference for scholars, government civilian officials, and especially the uniformed judge advocates of the sea Cited by: Undergraduate courses on Asian security will benefit from the book’s extensive use of secondary sources to discuss the claimants’ positions and interests. In this sense, The South China Sea Disputes remains a valuable contribution to the study of Southeast 5/5(1).

        A year and a half ago, the contested South China Sea (SCS) was awash in international intrigues and legal maneuverings. On December 7, , . ingly, maritime boundary claims in the East Asian seas can be expected to be a source of continuing controversy. In light of the importance and intransigence of these problems, East Asia and the Law of the Sea, written by Professor Choon-ho Park of Korea.

      The Ryukyus and Taiwan in the East Asian Seas: A Longue Durée Perspective. By Man-houng Lin. Traveling through East Asia, one can view historic imperial palaces in Beijing and Tokyo, and royal palaces reconstructed from the ruins left by fire and war in Seoul and Naha. Okinawa is the largest island in the Ryukyu archipelago. Because certain of the PRC’s claimed maritime rights depart in significant ways from those prescribed under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), MRIs are centrally implicated in the roiling regional disputes over maritime jurisdiction3 in the South and East China Seas (SCS and ECS). Prominent among these disputes is theFile Size: KB.


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