Restructuring China’s Maritime Security: Lofty Ambition, Little Progress – Analysis Eurasia Review

China announced the restructuring of its maritime law enforcement agencies more than half a year ago, but progress has been slow and the real change could take years to realise.

IN THE past few years, China’s maritime law enforcement vessels attracted media attent

ion for playing a leading role in “protecting its legitimate maritime rights and interests”. Recently, however, these vessels have been getting less international attention, due partly to changes in China’s maritime security policy. It is also due to the fact that China’s maritime law enforcement agencies are undergoing restructuring. The progress of this restructuring, however, has been slow.

It is also due to the fact that China’s maritime law enforcement agencies are undergoing restructuring. The progress of this restructuring, however, has been slow.

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via Restructuring China’s Maritime Security: Lofty Ambition, Little Progress – Analysis Eurasia Review.

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