Scholars said the establishment of international mechanisms to solve the problem of piracy is imminent (Figure)
Data Figure: China’s naval commandos escort to closely monitor the suspicious target
China news agency, Haikou, May 21 (Guan Xiangdong and Zhang Qianyi) – “non-traditional security issues in the ’9 ? 11 ‘after the terrorist attacks , the international community and national governments face the problem; on the South China Sea, the non-traditional security issues, how to face and deal with Malacca, South China Sea, bear the brunt of piracy along the coast of Indonesia, the establishment of international mechanisms to solve the problem of piracy has been imminent. “British University of Central Lancashire Lancashire Law School, a tenured professor of international law Zouke Yuan, 21, told reporters on the CNS.
Institute sponsored by the South China Sea, “the South China Sea International Symposium on Non-traditional security cooperation” are held here, this is the first South China Sea International Symposium on Non-traditional security issues, from the international community more than 40 experts and scholars attended, including international law, international relations, conflict management and resolution expert and government adviser, United Nations officials.
Professor Zou said that currently there is no international rules against piracy, countries have the right to arrest and how to deal with the pirates no basis in international law. Some countries, piracy sanctions under its domestic law, there are some countries, domestic law did not criminalize piracy terms and suspected of piracy criminal prosecution procedures for initiating effective terms. To this end, April 27 UN Security Council Resolution 1918 (2010) resolution requesting the United Nations Secretary-General to the Security Council within three months to submit a report listing what programs can be used to promote the prosecution and imprisonment of those to the Somali coast responsible for acts of piracy and armed robbery of the people.
Professor Zou said, “non-traditional security” covers the political, military, diplomatic and other traditional security fields outside the realm of security issues, is a relatively new concept, from the perspective of international relations or international law, There are 20 kinds of interpretation. Among them, marine issues involved “non-traditional security” issues, including piracy, safety of navigation, marine resource management and conservation, marine environmental protection, climate change and rising sea levels.
Professor Zou Keyuan is an internationally renowned specialist in international law, focusing on marine research and international environmental law, worked in Canada, Dalhousie University, Peking University, China, Germany, Hannover University and National University of Singapore to work in the “International Ocean and Coastal Law Journal, “” Ocean Development and International Law “,” Maritime Law and Business Journal “more than 30 international journal papers published more than 50 articles and monographs published in more than law of the sea. (End)