Fishery deal a chance to solve sea row–Angara
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Pursuing joint fishery agreements with China is a “window of opportunity” for peacefully resolving the Philippines’ dispute with its increasingly powerful neighbor over territories in the West Philippine Sea. This is part of the key policy recommendations and “salient, actionable proposals” that international law experts and scholars will be submitting to President Benigno Aquino III, according to former Sen. Edgardo Angara. The experts met in Manila last month for a two-day forum and roundtable discussion on “promoting cooperation and resolving crises in Asian territorial maritime disputes.”
Ubac, M. L. (2014, January 12). Fishery deal a chance to solve sea row–Angara. The Philippine Daily Inquirer, pp. A1, A14.
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Fishery agreements; Disputes; Territorial waters; International law; Law of the sea; Exclusive economic zone; Energy resources; Biodiversity; Food security; Overfishing; Illegal fishing; Jurisdiction; Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN); Stanford University; Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University; Fudan University; Institute of Southeast Asian Studies; University of the Philippines; Angara, Edgardo; Emmerson, Donald; Sato, Yoichiro; Dingli, Shen; Storey, Ian; Roque, Harry; Aquino, Benigno III
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