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The 21st Century Maritime Silk Road
Challenges and Opportunities for Asia and Europe
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Keyuan Zou is Harris Professor of International Law at the Lancashire Law School and Director of the Institute for International and Comparative Law, University of Central Lancashire, UK. Shicun Wu is President of China's National Institute for South China Sea Studies, and a Deputy Director of the Collaborative Innovation Centre of South China Sea Studies, Nanjing University, China. Qiang Ye is Research Associate, National Institute for South China Sea Studies, China. Currently, he is a PhD candidate at Lancashire Law School, University of Central Lancashire, UK.
1. Introduction, Keyuan Zou, Shicun Wu, and Qiang Ye Part 1: Maritime Silk Road and Challenges to Asia-Europe Cooperation 2. An EU Perspective on the Maritime Silk Road: Legal Issues, Joern Axel Kammerer 3. The Northern Sea Route in the Context of China's Maritime Silk Road Initiative, Erik Franckx 4. The Challenge to the Maritime Silk Road to Port Connectivity, Renping Zhang and Shihui Yu Part 2: Sea Lanes of Communication and Navigational Safety 5. Maritime Silk Road Initiative Changing Geopolitical Configuration in the Indo-Pacific, Fu-Kuo Liu 6. Maritime Security and Sea Lanes of Communication: Geographical Perspective on Belt and Road Initiative, Vivian Louis Forbes 7. SLOCs Security in the South China Sea: Enhancing or Hindering the Maritime Silk Road? Keyuan Zou and Qiang Ye 8. The Polar Code's Suitability as Legal Protection Against Negative Externalities in the Arctic as Part of the Polar Silk Road? Christian Frier and Kim Ostergaard Part 3: Environmental Security and Marine Resources Cooperation 9. Climate Law Implications of the Maritime Silk Road Initiative, Lorenzo Schiano di Pepe 10. Environmental Security in the South China Sea: Cooperation and Challenges under the Maritime Silk Road Initiative, Lei Zhang 11. Protection of the Marine Environment in the South China Sea in the Aftermath of the Philippines/China Arbitration, Sophia Kopela 12. Conciliation for Marine Transboundary Energy Resources. A Law and Economics Approach, Volker Roeben and Rafael Emmanuel Macatangay 13. Cooperation on Fisheries Management in the South China Sea, Lingqun Li Part 4: Handling Financial and Trade Issues 14. Prospects for the Integration of Environmental, Social, and Cultural Sustainability within the Belt and Road Initiative: Case Study of the Duqm Port Development Project in Oman, David M. Ong 15. The New Maritime Silk Road and WTO Law: Road to Harmony or Conflict? Henrik Anderson