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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? (The End)

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5. Perspectives for the establishment of a Bilateral MPAs Network between Vietnam and China

This final section provides some general perspectives about how a bilateral network of MPAs between Vietnam and China might be established and managed, in order to contribute to the preservation ofthe marine living resources of the South China Sea and the maintenance ofa good relationship between the two nations. The specific issues dealt with in this section are the geographical scope of the network, its governing mechanism, joint marine scientific research between Vietnam and China, options for the designation of individual MPAs and the involvement of affected fishermen into the decision-making process.

The Geographical Scope of the Network: the North-Western Part of the South China Sea

To help achieving both the conservation of marine living resources and the preservation of a good relation between Vietnam and China…

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