China's Maritime Policies and Management

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Table of Contents
BDS over the Sea 
——International Situation Faced by China's Marine Development 
Sea Powers' Show 
"New Enclosure Movement" 
"Telescope Ends" of Maritime Silk Road 
——RRetrospect and Prospect of China's Marine Policies 
The Sun and the Moon, Rights and Duties 
China's Seagoing Ships 500 Years Ago 
The First Five-star Red Flag at Sea 
Epoch-making Opening Up of the "Red" Ocean Gateway 
China's Marine Strategy From a Global Perspective 
Needs of 1.3 Billion People 
——China's Marine Strategy in the 21st Century 
China's Marine Thinking 
Thinking "Route" 
Bridge's Options 
Clean and Safe in the Long-term 
——Characteristics of China's Marine Management 
History of China's Marine Management 
Current Institutional Structure 
Local Agencies 
Public Participation 
Striding Forward to "Seamless" Administration 
Abide by the "Ocean Charter" 
Blending in with the "Global Family" 
Junction of National Interests andthe Wild Ocean 
——China's Marine Law Enforcement 
China's Marine Law Enforcement Force 
Re-establishment of the State Oceanic Administration 
China's Marine Law Enforcement System 
Improving the Maritime Law Enforcement (MLE) Ability 
Maritime Law Enforcement Activities 
Safeguarding and Expanding China's Maritime Rights and Interests 
The Responsibilities of a Maritime Power 
Entrusted by History 
——China's Maritime Status and Its Duties 
Defending the National Maritime Rights and Interest 
The Rules on Developing the Oceanic Economy 
Atlantis' Resonance in China 
Protection and Use of Sea Islands 
All-around Marine Public Service 
Actively Participating in International Cooperation in Marine Affairs 
Building a Sea Power with Chinese Characteristics 
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marine resources, especially for seabed resources and related mining technologies; secondly, investigate and measure the base points of islands to occupy the exclusive economic zones and continental shelves; thirdly,enhance its strength of "enclosure of the sea" and institutional building as well as adjust the layout of the military, increasing aircraft, warships and other equipments for Maritime Self-Defense Force (MSDF) and Coast Guard, and lastly, carry out a wide range of international marine cooperation. 
The Neighbor Country on Its Way to the Fifth Sea Power 
As a peninsula country be embraced on three sides by the sea with insufficient land area and natural resources, South Korea has set great store by development and use of the sea and regarded the sea as its national "future lives, production and life". Before the 1960s, South Korea's ocean policies mainly concentrated in the traditional coastal fisheries and defense.Since the 1990s, it unveiled the large-scale "West Coast Development Plan"(1989) and "Marine Development Basic Plan" (1996-2005), etc., dedicated to the integration of marine resources development, environmental protection, coastal zone management, marine science research and high-tech development2. 
In July 1999, the South Korean government determined to establish the basic principles of the basic marine development plan, and issued "Ocean Korea 21" (OK21) in May 2000. This was the formal mid-and long-term development strategy the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries has come up with, inheriting and further developing the "Marine Fisheries Blueprint for the 21 st Century".
China's Maritime Policies and Management