3 edition of Maritime Regime Building:Lessons Learned and Their Relevance for Northeast Asia (Publications on Ocean Development, V. 36) found in the catalog.
June 20, 2001
Written in English
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Paper presented at the Planning Meeting for a possible project on maritime regime building: Lessons Learned and their relevance for northeast Asia, 28–30 August , Honolulu, Hawaii. The creation of such a community presupposes at least the mitigation and minimization of conflict, so that the interests and common needs shared by different. The Senkaku Islands (尖 閣 諸 島, Senkaku-shotō, variants: 尖閣群島 Senkaku-guntō and 尖閣列島 Senkaku-rettō) are a group of uninhabited islands in the East China are located east of Mainland China, northeast of Taiwan, west of Okinawa Island, and north of the southwestern end of the Ryukyu are also known as the Diaoyu Islands or Diaoyu Dao and its.
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The papers in this volume are authored by leading authorities on not only the maritime affairs of their particular region of focus but on maritime policy in general. They describe and explain existing or incipient regional maritime regimes in an unusually broad comparative context, and extract lessons learned that may be applicable elsewhere including Northeast Asia.
The papers in this volume are authored by leading authorities on not only the maritime affairs of their particular region of focus but on maritime policy in general. They describe and explain.
Maritime regime building: lessons learned and their relevance for Northeast Asia. [Mark J Valencia;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mark J Valencia. Find more information about: ISBN: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Mark J. Valencia --Maritime regional cooperation: theory and principles / Phillip Saunders --The Baltic Sea: lessons learned / Hanns J. Buchholz --The Mediterranean: lessons learned / Aldo Chircop --The North Sea and beyond: lessons learned / Steiner Andresen --Southeast Asia.
M.J. Valencia (ed.): Maritime regime building: lessons learned and their relevance for Northeast AsiaAuthor: Eric Van Hooydonk. In: Valencia MJ (ed) Maritime regime building: Lessons learned and their relevance for Northeast Asia.
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, The Hague/London/New York Google Scholar Sloreby SJ () Explaining improvement of bilateral relations: The case of Vietnam’s relations with China, – A Marine Security Regime for Northeast Asia.
This paper looks at how the maritime sphere of Northeast Asia is represented in common political and academic discourses of international relations. Hasjim Djalal, “Lessons learned and their relevance for Northeast Asia: the experience of managing potential conflicts in the South China Sea.” Paper presented at the Planning meeting for a Possible Project on Maritime Regime Building: Lessons Learned and their Relevance for Northeast Asia, 28–20 AugustHonolulu, Hawaii.
See also Hasjim Djalal, “Managing Potential Conflicts in the South China Sea: Lessons Learned,” in Maritime Regime-Building: Lessons Learned and Their Relevance for Northeast Asia, ed.
Mark J. Valencia (The Hague: Nijhoff, ), 87–92 (hereafter, Djalal, “Lessons Learned”). Saunders, Phillip Maritime Regional Cooperation: Theory and Principles. In Maritime Regime Building: Lessons Learned and Their Relevance for Northeast Asia, ed.
Mark J. Valencia. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. Google Scholar. Valencia, Mark J. Maritime Regime Building: Lessons Learned and Their Relevance for Northeast Asia. Publications on Ocean Development.
Boston, Mass.: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Wade, Geoff. China and Southeast Asia. Routledge Library on Southeast Asia.
6 vols. Valencia, M. (), Maritime Regime Building, Lessons Leaned and Their Relevance for Northeast Asia, Kluwer Law International, Netherlands, Fisheries Enforcement Related Legal add. The Maritime Political Boundaries of the World.
London: Methuen. ISBN ; OCLC ; Valencia, Mark J. Maritime Regime Building: Lessons Learned and Their Relevance for Northeast Asia. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff. ISBN. Mark J. Valencia is an internationally known maritime policy analyst, political commentator and consultant focused on Asia.
He was a Senior Fellow with the East-West Center for 26 years where he originated, developed and managed international, interdisciplinary projects on maritime policy and international relations in Asia.
Professor athai is currently the Chairman of the Asian Peace and Reconciliation Council (APRC), an organization of 25 distinguished members of former Heads of State and Government, former ministers, leading academics, from around the world, President of the Asian Society of International Law (AsianSIL, ), Member of the Board.
North-east Asia does not have a formal maritime regime, and has had to deal with its many conflicts in an ad hoc and pragmatic fashion.
The region has three significant conflicts over the. The work offers a cutting-edge analysis of modern maritime piracy in the two most pirate-prone regions - southeast Asia and northeast Africa - from the late twentieth century to the modern day.
Maritime Regime Building: Lessons Learned and Their Relevance for Northeast Asia. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff. ISBN / ISBN ; OCLC Bibliografio [ redakti | redakti fonton ]. Miles et al. 25 above), pp. Recently various maritime regimes have been evaluated, more impression- istically, from a Northeast Pacific perspective.
Valencia, ed., Maritime Regime Building: Lessons Learned and Their I elevance for Northeast Asia (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, ). See also Vidas (n. 19 above). African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education History Jewish Maritime Regime Building: Lessons Learned and Their Relevance for Northeast Asia().
Hao, supra n at –. Maritime Regime Building. Lessons Learned and their Relevance for Northeast Asia Publications on Ocean Development, Vol. 36 by Mark J. Valencia. Maritime Regime Building. Lessons Learned and their Relevance for Northeast Asia Publications on Ocean Development, Vol.
36 by Mark J. Valencia (pp. ) Review by: Uwe Jenisch.Maritime Regime Building: Lessons Learned and Their Relevance for Northeast Asia (Martinus Nijhoff, ); Sharing the Resources of the South China Sea (withJonVanDykeandNoelLudwig,MartinusNijhoff, ); A Maritime Regime for Northeast Asia (Oxford University Press, ); China and the South China Sea Disputes, Adelphi Paper .Maritime disputes pose a great threat to stability and peace in Northeast Asia, where the region is integrating economically.
There are a great number of unsolved maritime issues, on topics such.