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Fishing-Related and Law-Enforcement Activities, Joint Development

A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s unilateral ban on fishing in the South China Sea? (Part 3)

South China Sea

>>  A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s unilateral ban on fishing in the South China Sea? (Part 1)

>>  >>  A bilateral network of marine protected areas between Vietnam and China: Is it the solution to substitute China’s unilateral ban on fishing in the South China Sea? (Part 2)

4. The Establishment of a Regional Network of MPAs in Practice: Example of the Sulu-Sulawesi Marine Ecoregion

The establishment of a potential bilateral MPAs network between China and Vietnam could benefit from the experience of many existing processes of establishingregional networks of MPAs in the world. A review of all relevant processes is surely useful to draw lessons which can be applicable to the South China Sea but such a research is beyond the scope of this paper. This section focuses rather on analysing how a regional network of MPAs…

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