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International law and the sovereignty over Paracel, Spratly archipelagoes (Part 1)

South China Sea

The sovereignty dispute over the Paracels and Spratlys archipelagoes of Vietnam is the longest and most complicated one in the vastest area of the sea with the largest number of islands and involving most parties concerned in the history of disputes in the world. The dispute captures the greatest attention researchers and consumes most ink and papers in recent time in order to seek a just and acceptable solution.

With a view to providing further information related to this issue, The Thanh Nien (Youth Newspaper) would like to introduce the research work on international law and the sovereignty over the Paracels and Spratlys archipelagoes of Dr. Nguyen Hong Thao. The main contents published herein are taken from the book “Vietnam and the Maritime Disputes in the East Sea (South China Sea)” by Dr. Nguyen Hong Thao.

The book was awarded the International Prize INDEMER-2000 by the Institute of Economic Law…

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