Zewei Yang Wuhan University, China
School of Law, Luo-jia-shan, Wuchang, Wuhan, Hubei Province, P.R.China, 430072
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The Sino-South Korea fisheries dispute is becoming increasingly intensified in recent years with occasional violent conflicts. The factors leading to this present situation include unsettled maritime delimitation, diminishing fishery resources, difficult relocation of Chinese fishermen, and the Korean coastguard's rigidity, indifference, and even illegality in law enforcement. In order to solve the Sino-South Korean fisheries dispute, China should make efforts to improve its supporting measures applicable to the fishery industry, promote bilateral cooperation with South Korea, and establish a joint maritime enforcement mechanism.
Keywords : Sino-South Korea Fishery Agreement, Fisheries Dispute, Yellow Sea, South Korean Coastguard, Fisheries Industry, UNCLOS
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