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Closing Remarks

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Chapter Summary

This chapter presents the closing remarks of John Norton Moore made at the conclusion of the conference "Recent Developments in the Law of the Sea and China". He makes two observations: First, it is evident that there is a strong shared commitment to the rule of law in the world's oceans as embodied in the 1982 United Nations Convention. Second, it is evident that there is a strong shared commitment to cooperative solutions to transboundary and common oceans problems.

Keywords: China; Law of the Sea; United Nations convection; World's ocean



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