The International Regimes Dimension of the UNCLOS: Slot in the Information and Analysis

  • Peter Kien-hong YUEmail author


This chapter attempts to first offer a framework related to international regimes, mechanism(s), and measure(s). Then, it mentions nine international regimes-related passages as stated in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), and relevant information from the UNCLOS will be slotted in the framework.

It is highly suggested that, in future, after formulating a new law related to marine and maritime affairs, the academics and expert(s) in charge should apply, for example, my crab and frog motion model and put it at least in the appendix for other interested parties to readily grasp the applicable mechanisms and measures, related to the specific regime, which are beneficial to all the State Parties and non-“State Parties.”


Law of the sea International regimes Mechanism(s) Measure(s) Maritime commons 


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© Springer Science+Business Media Singapore 2015

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National Quemoy UniversityJinmen CountyChina

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