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is the pre-1990 era, which was before Taiwan’s democratization and the people’s demand for environmental protection generally and maritime zone in particular was still very low because of the period of martial law. 5 Thus, a main feature of the abmp laws enacted in this period were all

In: Asia-Pacific Journal of Ocean Law and Policy

" have not been realized, the dynamic economic growth of Southeast Asia, the emergence of a free market in an independent China, the increasing democratization of Latin America, and above all the disintegration of the Soviet Union have put a new cast on international negotiations. In particular, the end

In: The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law
Authors: Chi-Ting Tsai and Chi-Hsin Yi

March 2019. 4 Legal Basis for Spatial Planning of Land and Sea Traditionally, the concept of territorial planning in Taiwan only contains the governance of the land. In fact, during the 20 years after Taiwan’s democratization since 1990, there were only two basic maritime areas law: the Law on

In: Asia-Pacific Journal of Ocean Law and Policy
Author: Chie Kojima

fisheries productivity, and to democratize the fishing industry, by operating fisheries coordinating organizations consisting of resource users, i.e., fishermen and others who engage in fisheries. 35 The Act provides fishing rights for coastal fisheries including mariculture. Article 60(1) of the Act

In: Asia-Pacific Journal of Ocean Law and Policy

the massive proliferation of all kinds of weapons, from small arms to nuclear, chemical and biological weapons (weapons of mass destruc- tion). This combined with the rather underdeveloped democratisation of still the majority of states will, not rarely, lead to their employment. Finally, the use of

In: The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law
Author: Boldizsár Nagy

Čunovo regime, identification of damages and its compensation, settlement of accounts for the construction and of works, and others’. 14 See the articles referred to in n 10. 15 See eg Deets (n 10) or Miklós Sükösd, ‘Democratization, Nationalism and Eco-Politics: The Slovak-Hungarian Conflict Over

In: A Bridge over Troubled Waters
Author: Jan P. Pronk

"dynamic of the world situation." Recent developments in the fields of democratization, market orientation, globalization, and economic dualism also call for a dy- namic approach. I am fully confident that Pacem in Maribus will add an extra dimension to this dynamic approach. I wish you therefore a

In: Ocean Yearbook Online
Author: Anton Vratuša

radical course of democratization and decentralization, in that country. He also introduced "a new thinking" in international affairs, free of ideological pretensions to export socialism. On the other hand, Western powers accepted their relations with the East as based on the spirit of cooperation

In: Ocean Yearbook Online

government and private enterprises where such exist, so as to encourage and facilitate their contribution to the formation and im- plementation of sound marine scientific research policies. There must be the widest possible participation (democratization) in policy making. Implicit in many of the comments

In: Ocean Yearbook Online

: toward enlarging their membership, democratizing their decision-making processes, and widening their scope. This trend responds to the generally recognized need for a restructuring of the UN system as a whole. It is accelerated by developments at the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea

In: Ocean Yearbook Online