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Peter Bautista Payoyo
Cries of the Sea provides a unique view of `the deep blue sea' through the lens of the politics of international ocean law and policy and in particular through the exposition of the Common Heritage of Humanity as a fundamental principle of international law.
Epsey Cooke Farrell
The Socialist Republic of Vietnam and the Law of the Sea analyzes Vietnam's policies on the law of the sea in relation to the country's overall foreign policy goals and its position at the center of the South China Sea geostrategic region. It examines Vietnam's claims in zones of maritime ...
Mark J. Valencia, Jon M. Van Dyke and Noel A. Ludwig
José A. de Yturriaga
While taking into account the non-existent rights and interests of the so-called geographically disadvantaged states and of states with broad continental shelves, the 1982 Convention on the Law of the Sea practically ignored existing rights and interests of habitual fishing states. This book ...
Stuart B. Kaye
This, the twelfth book in the series International Straits of the World, addresses the legal status of the Strait in the light of the 1982 U.N. Law of the Sea Convention. The Convention not only prescribes limits to the territorial sea, an exclusive economic zone and a continental shelf for ...
Edward L. Miles
Edited by Theodore C. Kariotis
Edited by Francesco Francioni and Tullio Scovazzi
Gerard J. Mangone
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