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The Regime of the exclusive economic zone : issues and responses : a report of the Tokyo meeting, 19-20 February 2003
|Title:||The Regime of the exclusive economic zone : issues and responses : a report of the Tokyo meeting, 19-20 February 2003|
|Authors:||Valencia, Mark J.|
Garmendia, Jenny Miller
Ship & Ocean Foundation
Regime of the Exclusive Economic Zone ; Issues and Responses (2003 : Tokyo, Japan)
|LC Subject Headings:||National security - Pacific Area - Congresses|
Military intelligence - Pacific Area - Congresses
Territorial waters - Pacific Area - Congresses
Economic zones (Law of the sea) - Pacific Area - Congresses
|Publisher:||Honolulu : East-West Center|
|Abstract:||This document reports on discussions held at the Tokyo Meeting, a gathering of senior officials and analysts from countries of the Asia Pacific region cosponsored by the Institute for Ocean Policy, Ship and Ocean Foundation (IOP/SOF), and the East-West Center (EWC). The Meeting facilitated unofficial, frank, and not-for-personal-attribution discussions of issues concerning military and intelligence gathering activities in EEZs. This Report reflects the diverse perspectives of the participants and does not necessarily represent the views of the IOP/SOF, EWC, or any particular participant.
This Report was drafted by Workshop Co-coordinator, Mark J. Valencia, based on and including excerpts of the papers presented, as well as notes of the discussion by Jenny Miller Garmendia, with input to the draft from the participants and IOP/SOF records.
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|Sponsor:||Cosponsored by the Institute for Ocean Policy, Ship and Ocean Foundation (IOP/SOF), and the East-West Center (EWC)|
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