Complex issues abound regarding the rights of the coastal states in the Sea of Japan, the Yellow Sea, the East China Sea and the South China Sea. New international law of the sea has changed some of the basic law applicable to the maritime boundary disputes in the area. Difficult relations between these states make resolution of the maritime and territorial claims problematic. Professor Charney suggests that interim cooperative non-boundary-based solutions might lead to the resolution of these maritime boundary issues.
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