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Managing the resources of the China Seas : China's bilateral fisheries agreements with Japan, South Korea, and Vietnam

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Title Managing the resources of the China Seas
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China's bilateral fisheries agreements with Japan, South Korea, and Vietnam

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Rosenberg, David

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[Unkonwn]:The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus

Date 2005-06
Journal Title; Vol./Issue The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus:vol. 3(no. 0)
Pages 5
Subject Country China(Asia and Pacific)
Japan(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Vietnam(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Territorial Development < Marine Development
Government and Law < Laws and Legislation
Holding The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus

Abstract

The press is filled with reports on the multiple conflicts erupting in the China seas: territorial conflicts, resource conflicts, and historical conflicts. Rarely is there serious discussion of the efforts by the nations of the world's most dynamic economic region to achieve amity and cooperation on issues of mutual interest. Fisheries and the resources of the sea is one such realm, and David Rosenberg explores the impressive progress among the powers of the region in attempting to regulate fishing, while highlighting the continued conflicts and difficulties in regulating fishing at a time of sharp decline in catch. Japan Focus.