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Improving Comprehensive Management and the Efficiency of Law Enforcement at Sea

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The ocean impacts a nation's sovereignty, economy, and security. All the following measures play an important role in the ocean management strategies of a nation: Obtaining a clear understanding of the maritime situation; Improving comprehensive maritime management and maritime law-enforcement; and Guarding the ocean space under the national jurisdiction according to the principles of both international and domestic laws. The specific regime of the exclusive economic zone and the continental shelf set forth by UNCLOS has extended the national jurisdiction at sea. Comprehensive management of the ocean needs to target all maritime interests of the nation, through evolving strategies, policies, programs, divisions, legislation, enforcement and administrative supervision to make overall plans, implement, and coordinate management on the space, resources, environment, rights and interests of maritime domain. With ocean exploitation and utilization being aggressively pursued, the technical performance of the assets used in maritime management and law-enforcement should be improved accordingly.

Keywords: comprehensive maritime management; international law; maritime law-enforcement; ocean management strategies; sea; UNCLOS

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