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6 Korean J. Int'l & Comp. L. 1 (2018)

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Editorial Note

        Seokwoo Lee
     Professor, Inha University Law School, Korea
     Executive Editor, Korean Journal of International and Comparative Law
     (KJICL), Korean Society of International Law

Volume  6, Number  I of the Korean journal of International and Comparative
Law covers a number of timely international legal subjects including the issue
of Air Defense Identification Zones; the potential role of the UN Secretary-
General in dealing with  climate change; the South China  Sea Arbitration
Award  in the context of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's foreign policy
towards China; and Korean perspectives on various topics of international law.
  Jae Woon  Lee  of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Xiongfeng  Li
of the Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration argue for the issuance of
an advisory opinion on the legality of air defense identification zones in their
article Ongoing Tension in the Air: The Need for icj's Advisory Opinion on
Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ). ADIZ is an area defined by a country
where  foreign aircraft are required to identify themselves to local authorities
and maintain contact with air traffic control while in the zone. They note that
ADIz  has an ambiguous  legal grounding in international law and that more
than 20 countries have claimed an ADIz. The topic of ADIz has received more
attention recently given that China declared an ADIZ off its eastern coast in
2013. Given recent statements from China, they surmise that China will likely
declare an ADIZ in the South China Sea which will likely lead to increased ten-
sion in the region.
   They go on to examine the components   of ADIz explaining its objective,
scope, and the procedural rules for it. They note that ADIZ is justified for se-
curity reasons and that its scope is both geographical and regulatory. They ob-
serve that in the East China Sea ADIZ, China has necessitated that both civil
and military aircrafts adhere to the rules within the applicable area without re-
gard to the destination for which the aircraft is bound and could include flight
plan identification, radio identification and other requirements. Failure to
comply  may result in interception or expulsion from the zone. In assessing the
legality ofADIZ, they note that while the objective ofADIZ is not the subject of

@ KONINKLIJKE BRILL NV, LEIDEN, 2018  DOI 10.1163/22134484-12340094

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