Sovereignty in our Sea, Freedom in the High Seas: Public Forum with the world’s experts Dec. 11, 8am, on occasion of the anniversary of UNCLOS

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     From the organizers: “(E)vents and incidents involving naval and air forces operating in international waters have sparked diplomatic scuffles and raised tensions.

(Photo of  the main speaker, who is also a Visiting Professor of the University of the Philippines College of Law) 


       “… Military activities at sea remain one of the least regulated activities by the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).

      “(The) panelists will present an overview of actual recent and emerging trends in military activities at sea in the Indo-Pacific region to demonstrate how various militaries have been acting in compliance with or contrary to established norms and customs.  The webinar will then transition to an open discussion of military activities at sea considering ASEAN recently added “militarization” or “non-militarization” in the South China Sea to its diplomatic agenda.

      “The University of the Philippines Law Complex-Institute for Maritime Affairs & Law of the Sea (UPLC-IMLOS), the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), and the U.S. Embassy in the Philippines …”

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