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Clashes at sea : when Chinese vessels harass US ships
Recent clashes between Chinese patrol vessels and US ocean surveillance ships operating in China's exclusive economic zone (EEZ) highlight differing views on the rights and duties of countries in an EEZ. With the increasing ...
Increased Risks at Sea? Global Shipping Downturn and Maritime Security
International shipping has been severely affected by the global economic recession. Cost-cutting in the industry could affect maritime security with some diminution of the maritime security measures introduced post 9/11 ...
Outer shelf claims in the South China Sea: new dimension to old disputes
Submissions by Malaysia and Vietnam to the UN regarding continental shelf areas beyond 200 nautical miles from their mainland coasts in the South China Sea have provoked a furious response from China. What are the implications ...
Coming to the Rescue of the Oceans: The Climate Change Imperative
The link between the oceans and climate change is receiving greater international attention with Indonesia emerging as a leading player in efforts to address the difficult problems involved.