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Solving maritime disputes : the Bangladesh-Myanmar way
The maritime boundary dispute between Bangladesh and Myanmar has been resolved peacefully by international arbitration. However this is not necessarily a precedent for other disputes in the region.
A new dimension to global piracy : increased attacks in the Gulf of Guinea
The Gulf of Guinea has emerged as a new “hot spot” for global piracy. Increased attacks threaten the economic development of the region, particularly the exploitation of its marine resources.
Increasing competition in the South China Sea : need for a new game plan
Increasing competition in the South China Sea between China and the United States and others makes management regimes more difficult. A more cooperative arrangement is required to stop the situation worsening.
Saving lives at sea : everyone’s responsibility
Responsibility for saving lives at sea is not a matter of sovereign jurisdiction. It is the responsibility of all countries and all seafarers regardless of where a ship might be in distress.
Australia in the Asian century : how much new thinking?
A new White Paper released by the Australian Government sets an agenda for Australia's future relations with Asia. It includes a chapter on regional security issues that mainly enchoes conventional thinking.
China’s new maritime regulations : do they accord with international law?
China's new regulations allowing the seizure of foreign vessels acting illegally in its claimed territorial sea in the South China Sea may accord with international law, but they might also open the South China Sea disputes ...