[9th OCEAN DIALOGUE] | ONLINE PARTICIPATION IS NOW OPEN

[9th OCEAN DIALOGUE] | ONLINE PARTICIPATION IS NOW OPEN

October 5, 2022
Under the theme “Marine scientific research: confidence building and environment sustainability”, the 9th Ocean Dialogue seeks to explore possibilities to enhance marine scientific research (MSR) in the South China Sea, including the applicability of legal framework under UNCLOS for MSR as well as regional and international practices in MSR.  
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Citizen Science and New Technologies to Navigate Ocean Data Challenges and Opportunities

Citizen Science and New Technologies to Navigate Ocean Data Challenges and Opportunities

By James Borton
July 4, 2022
The protection of marine environment and ensuring the ocean’s sustainability are global issues.  Nowhere are they more important than in the South China Sea, a body of water offering abundant and complex marine ecosystems. Marine citizen science, along with the promise ...
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China's planned floating nuclear power facilities in South China Sea: Technical and Political Challenges

China's planned floating nuclear power facilities in South China Sea: Technical and Political Challenges

By Viet Phuong Nguyen
November 21, 2018
The operation of the fleet of Chinese floating nuclear power plants in the South China Sea carries with it numerous safety and security risks that may have widespread consequences to not only China but also to Southeast Asia and beyond.
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Prepare for a Stormy 2017 in the South China Sea

Prepare for a Stormy 2017 in the South China Sea

By Gregory Poling
January 17, 2017
The desire to see Chinese diplomatic softening as a sign of a new status quo is understandable, and it is important that the door be left open for Beijing to deescalate. But China’s recent behavior should be seen as the best ...
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Joint Development in the South China Sea:  Lessons from the Past and Future Prospect

Joint Development in the South China Sea: Lessons from the Past and Future Prospect

By Yanmei Xie
November 15, 2016
The South China Sea is often said to be rich in hydrocarbon reserves, although most of the deposits are unconfirmed, due in part to the multiple claims laid over them by several coastal economies. 
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