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    Title: 台灣與菲律賓的海域立法以及海域衝突 : 以廣大興28號事件為例
    Other Titles: Maritime legislation and its conflict between Taiwan and the Philippines : a case study on Guang Da Xing No.28 Incident
    Authors: 林秉翰;Lin, Ping-Han
    Contributors: 淡江大學亞洲研究所碩士班
    陳鴻瑜;Hurng-Yu Chen 陳鴻瑜
    Keywords: 台灣;菲律賓;海域立法;海域衝突;廣大興28號事件;Taiwan;Philippines;Maritime Claim and Legislation;Maritime Conflict;Guang Da Xing No.28 Incident
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:35:42 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 「廣大興28號事件」發生於2013年5月9日,該起菲律賓巡邏船槍擊台灣漁船的事件,造成一名台灣船員的死亡。「廣大興28號事件」可以從許多不同的視角進行觀察與分析,若以微觀的角度而言,該起事件可以被定義為一起漁業衝突事件;從巨視的角度觀之,該起事件涉及台菲之間經濟海域重疊問題。
    “Guang Da Xing No.28 Incident”was occurred on May 9, 2013, by Philippine''s patrolling boat shooting one Taiwanese fishing boat and resulted in one crew to death. Despite it was ostensibly looked upon as a fishing conflict, but it involved the different viewpoints of legislation on the law of sea.
    Since the Philippines proclaimed 200 nautical miles of Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) in 1978 and Taiwan followed it in next year, there appeared several fishing conflicts in the overlapping EEZ. For the Philippines government has no intention to negotiate it with Taiwan, pending this issue till the happen of Guang Da Xing No.28 Incident. Even then both the governments of the Philippines and Taiwan negotiated twice, but no result. This study tried to analyze this case from the angle of Guang Da Xing No.28 Incident” and explored the historical context of fishing conflicts arose by different legislation of law of sea.
    In the first part of this study, I shall discuss the maritime claim and legislation of Taiwan. The second part is the maritime claim and legislation of the Philippines. The third part, I shall elaborate maritime conflicts and the process of “Guang Da Xing No.28 Incident”, the negotiation between Taiwan and the Philippines. The fourth part is the conclusion, crystallizing my research findings.
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