Maritime Matters in Vietnam: The Law of the Seas and Security

Vietnam is a country with extensive maritime interests. As one of the countries located in South East Asia, maritime issues are an important part of the nation’s economic and strategic security. The increased maritime activities are connected to the Law of the Sea, the regional security environment, and the power of the Vietnamese Navy. In addition, there are also territorial disputes to be taken into consideration. Here, we will look into the maritime matters in Vietnam, the Law of the Sea, sea security considerations, the power of the Vietnamese Navy, Vietnam’s territorial claims, and regional maritime disputes.

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Delimitation of the Territorial Sea, the Exclusive Economic Zone and Continental Shelf in Beibu Bay between China and Vietnam

Delimitation of the Territorial Sea, the Exclusive Economic Zone and Continental Shelf in Beibu Bay between China and Vietnam, Beibu Bay, China, delimitation, Maritime Boundary Delimitation and SinoVietnamese Cooperation in the Gulf of Tonkin (1994-2016), Maritime Claims, specified in the Agreement between the People’s Republic of China and the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, Vietnam

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