China's Participation in the Global Ocean Governance Reform: Its Lessons and Future Approaches

Author:Zewei Yang
Position::Luojia Distinguished Professor of International Law Institute, China Institute of Boundary and Ocean Studies, and Collaborative Innovation Center for Territorial Sovereignty and Maritime Rights at Wuhan University. A.B.(Hunan Normal Univ.), M.A./Ph.D.(Wuhan)
Pages:315-316
SUMMARY

Global ocean governance is a historical product. In the course of development, the UNCLOS has established the contemporary global ocean governance system. The current system, however, has many defects, including ambiguity in rules and fragmentation in structure. Furthermore, some new challenges are ever-emerging in the system. But all these could be improved through the establishment of a UNCLOS... (see full summary)


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