Law of the Sea (International Law Series 3)

Law of the Sea (International Law Series 3)

By: Donald R. Rothwell (editor)Hardback

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Law of the Sea is a collection of foundational and contemporary essays and articles which together, provide a comprehensive overview and analysis of the current law. With a particular focus on some of the key debates that arose during negotiation of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and how those issues are now seen in light of Twenty-First Century events, this book is an essential resource for students and researchers engaging in this dynamic and fundamental area of the International Law field. Contributors include leading diplomats, scholars and practitioners of the Law of the Sea.

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Edited by Donald R. Rothwell, Professor of International Law, ANU College of Law, The Australian National University, Australia


Contents: Introduction Donald R. Rothwell PART I HISTORY 1. Bernard H. Oxman (2006), `The Territorial Temptation: A Siren Song at Sea' 2. Richard Young (1948), `Recent Developments with Respect to the Continental Shelf' 3. Arvid Pardo (1970), `An International Regime for the Deep Seabed: Developing Law or Developing Anarchy?' 4. Tommy T.B. Koh (1987), `The Origins of the 1982 Convention on the Law of the Sea' PART II MARITIME ZONES 5. Lewis M. Alexander (1983), `Baseline Delimitations and Maritime Boundaries' 6. Tommy T.B. Koh (1987), `The Territorial Sea, Contiguous Zone, Straits and Archipelagoes under the 1982 Convention on the Law of the Sea' 7. Jonathan I. Charney (1985), `The Exclusive Economic Zone and Public International Law' 8. Ted L. McDorman (2002), `The Role of the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf: A Technical Body in a Political World' 9. Michael Byers (2004), `Policing the High Seas: The Proliferation Security Initiative' 10. Alex G. Oude Elferink (2007), `The Regime of the Area: Delineating the Scope of Application of the Common Heritage Principle and Freedom of the High Seas' PART III MARITIME BOUNDARIES 11. Stuart Kaye (1998), `The Use of Multiple Boundaries in Maritime Boundary Delimitation: Law and Practice' 12. Robert W. Smith (2010), `Maritime Delimitation in the South China Sea: Potentiality and Challenges' PART IV FREEDOM OF NAVIGATION 13. K. Hakapaa and E.J. Molenaar (1999), `Innocent Passage - Past and Present' 14. Zou Keyuan (1998), `Innocent Passage for Warships: The Chinese Doctrine and Practice' 15. S.N. Nandan and D.H. Anderson (1989), `Straits Used for International Navigation: A Commentary on Part III of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982' PART V ARCHIPELAGIC STATES 16. Charlotte Ku (1991), `The Archipelagic States Concept and Regional Stability in Southeast Asia' PART VI MARINE RESOURCES 17. A.V. Lowe (1986), `Reflections on the Waters: Changing Conceptions of Property Rights in the Law of the Sea' 18. Lewis M. Alexander (1981), `The "Disadvantaged" States and the Law of the Sea' 19. Douglas M. Johnston (1991), `Is Coastal State Fishery Management Successful or Not?' 20. Andrew Serdy (2011), `Postmodern International Fisheries Law, or We are all Coastal States Now' PART VII MARINE ENVIRONMENT 21. Moira L. McConnell and Edgar Gold (1991), `The Modern Law of the Sea: Framework for the Protection and Preservation of the Marine Environment' 22. Erik J. Molenaar (2007), `Managing Biodiversity in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction' 23. Aldo Chircop (2010), `Regional Cooperation in Marine Environmental Protection in the South China Sea: A Reflection on New Directions for Marine Conservation' 24. David L. VanderZwaag and Ann Powers (2008), `The Protection of the Marine Environment from Land-Based Pollution and Activities: Gauging the Tides of Global and Regional Governance' PART VIII MARINE SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH 25. Marko Pavliha and Norman A. Martinez Gutierrez (2010), `Marine Scientific Research and the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea' PART IX MARINE REGULATION AND ENFORCEMENT 26. I.A. Shearer (1986), `Problems of Jurisdiction and Law Enforcement against Delinquent Vessels' 27. Erik Jaap Molenaar (2007), `Port State Jurisdiction: Towards Comprehensive, Mandatory and Global Coverage' PART X MILITARY ACTIVITIES 28. Dale G. Stephens (1999), `The Impact of the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention on the Conduct of Peacetime Naval/Military Operations' PART XI DISPUTE RESOLUTION 29. A.O. Adede (1982), `The Basic Structure of the Disputes Settlement Part of the Law of the Sea Convention' 30. Rosemary Rayfuse (2010), `The Future of Compulsory Dispute Settlement under the Law of the Sea Convention' PART XII OCEANS GOVERNANCE 31. Philip Allott (1992), `Mare Nostrum: A New International Law of the Sea' 32. David Freestone (2008), `Principles Applicable to Modern Oceans Governance'

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  • ISBN13: 9780857939074
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 852
  • ID: 9780857939074
  • ISBN10: 0857939076

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