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Institute of Maritime Law

Guest seminar by visiting academic

Published: 23 July 2018
Dr Quan Ye
Dr Quan Ye

On Thursday 19th July, Dr Quan Ye delivered a seminar to Law School staff and students on the research he has been conducting during his stay with the IML


Provisional Arrangements Pending Maritime Delimitation in the South China Sea: Practices and Prospects.

His presentation included four parts. He began by analysing the significance of provisional arrangements pending maritime delimitation in the South China Sea. Then, he examined Articles 74(3) and 83(3) of UNCLOS which explicitly addressing this issue. This was followed by a description the relevant state practices in the South China Sea, including the drawbacks of these practices and the reasons behind them. His presentation concluded by reflecting on the approaches to break the deadlock and to proceed with provisional arrangements in the South China Sea.

Dr Quan Ye is a Lecturer in International Law at the Law School of Southeast University, China. He is also the editor of Southeast Law Review. Dr Ye has research interests in the areas of the law of the sea, maritime law and basic theories of international law. He has published in several reputable academic journals in China, such as Law Review, Global Law Review, Contemporary Law Review, Chinese Journal of Maritime Law.

At present, he is conducting research as an academic visitor in the Institute of Maritime Law at University of Southampton.

"I really appreciate Prof. Andrew Serdy for his generous guidance and insightful suggestions. I would also like to express my sincere gratitude to the staff members of the IML for all their assistance. This productive visit will be an valuable asset in my academic life." Dr Quan Ye


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