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《Southeast Asian Affairs》 2014-02
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The Application of Provisional Arrangements Prior to Maritime Delimitation in the South China Sea

YE Quan;ZHANG Xiang-lan;Institute of International Law,Wuhan University;  
Provisional arrangements prior to maritime delimitation is the best alternative for relieving the tension among all disputed parties involved,since it would give them enough time to review their position and claims regarding to the disputes,and thereof lay a solid foundation for final settlement of the maritime delimitation disputes.Six States and Taiwan(Seven parties concerned) involved into the maritime territorial disputes in the South China Sea,resolving the maritime delimitation disputes is extremely complicated.In recent years,China has made a series of provisional arrangements with its neighbors in the South China Sea,however,these arrangements characterized with poor operation in practice,lack of binding,and low-level cooperation.Future negotiation pertaining to the provisional arrangements in the South China Sea should avoid the above-mentioned shortcomings in order to maximize its real value.
【Fund】: 2013年教育部人文社会科学重点研究基地重大项目“东海南海的岛屿主权与海洋划界争端中的国际法问题”(13JJD820008);; 国家领土主权与海洋权益协同创新中心自主科研项目“中国海洋权益维护与拓展法律保障研究”
【CateGory Index】: D993.5
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