The Chinese Pacific: A brief historical introduction
The open ocean fisheries of Pacific Island nations contain some of the richest fisheries in the world. These fisheries are becoming more valuable each year as other ocean areas have become increasingly overfished to the point of collapse, most noticeably in the North Atlantic. With limited maritime surveillance and policing capacity, and with domestic fishing fleets dwarfed by those of Distant Water Fishing Nations (DWFN) from wealth nations on the Pacific Rim, small Pacific Island nations are...[Show more]
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