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Maritime Governance and South Asia/Морское управление и Южная Азия

Артикул: 00-01043825
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Автор: Jivanta Schоttli
Издательство: World Scientific Publishing (все книги издательства)
Место издания: Singapore
ISBN: 9789813238220
Год: 2018
Переплет: Твердая обложка
Страниц: 270
Вес: 828 г
3000 P

Книга на английском языке
Since ancient times, the world’s mighty oceans have facilitated trade, the movement of peoples and ideas, daring the adventurous and reckless to seek fame and fortune, sustaining the growth of economies, cities and empires. In the 21st century, the oceans continue to beckon. The vast depths of the deep seas remain unexplored and unmapped; climate change threatens to raise the level, temperature and acidification of the seas, raising alarm bells about the fate of vulnerable communities and already fragile eco-systems. Expectations about the melting away of the Arctic and the opening of new shipping routes portend a scramble over resources, rights and regulations, whilst the “Blue Economy” has caught the imagination of many, calling broadly for the transformation of society through science, entrepreneurship and innovation but resonating especially with those in place to tap the marine world in a more effective and sustainable way.

Foreword by Tommy Koh
Preface and Acknowledgements
List of Contributors
Editorial Introduction by Jivanta Schоttli
Section I. Order
Chapter 1 Security in the Indian Ocean
Chapter 2 Sri Lanka’s Role in the Indian Ocean and Changing Global Dynamics
Chapter 3 Resolution of Maritime Boundary Disputes among Bangladesh, Myanmar and India in the Bay of Bengal
Chapter 4 Maritime Safety and Security and Development of the Blue Economy in the Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA)
Chapter 5 Does India Use Trade Effectively?
Section II. Leadership
Chapter 6 India as a Net Security Provider in the Indian Ocean Region: The Strategic Approach of a Responsible Stakeholder
Chapter 7 Indonesia’s Maritime Vision in the Indian Ocean: Negotiating National Interest and Regional Commitment
Chapter 8 The United States and the Indian Ocean: Power Shifts and Uncertain Leadership
Section III. Institutions
Chapter 9 New Maritime Governance and Cooperation Arrangements in the Eastern Indian Ocean: Challenges and Prospects
Chapter 10 Organized Against Organized Maritime Crimes - The National Maritime Single Point of Contact
Chapter 11 IORA, The Blue Economy and Ocean Governance
Chapter 12 The Jakarta IORA Summit: A Way Ahead for a Stable Indian Ocean Maritime Order?
Section IV. Prospects and Perspectives
Chapter 13 The Indian Ocean and China’s Expanding Influence: Prospects for Cooperation among the Key Asian Energy Importers
Chapter 14 Governing the Ocean: Perspectives from Tanzania
Chapter 15 Governing the Ocean: An EU Perspective
The Blue Economy Beckons

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