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Edited by Aldo Chircop, Scott Coffen-Smout, Moira McConnell
Devoted to assessing the resources, technology and ecology of the world’s oceans, the Ocean Yearbook provides this information to its worldwide audience in one convenient, easy-to-use resource. As in previous editions, each article in Ocean Yearbook 20 provides a unique perspective and case ...
Edited by Donat Pharand and Umberto Leanza
This volume brings together the diverse legal experience of the two countries - Italy and Canada - resulting from the different geographic, political and economic conditions found in each. The first part deals with the delimitation of maritime boundaries, especially with respect to the ...
Christopher C. Joyner
In this fascinating treatment, Christopher C. Joyner undertakes the first serious examination of the intimate relationship between Antarctica and the law of the sea. Using Antarctica as a case study, Joyner probes large conceptual issues of ocean law and politics. He uses the intricate details ...
José A. de Yturriaga
After an introductory chapter concerning the definition of `Straits used for international navigation', the author examines in detail the evolution of the question in the years prior to the convening of UNCLOS-III, during the preparatory works of the Sea-Bed Committee and throughout the ...
Myron H. Nordquist, John Norton Moore
Maritime Border Diplomacy, edited by Myron H. Nordquist and John Norton Moore, examines critical issues in international maritime boundary disputes together with the important global role of Indonesia, whose maritime boundaries are imperative to its sovereign status identity.
Nilufer Oral, Istanbul Bilgi University
In Regional Co-operation and Protection of the Marine Environment under International Law: The Black Sea, Nilufer Oral examines the regional co-operation mechanism for protection and preservation of the Black Sea marine environment within the framework of international law, and subsequently ...
Considering the Panama Canal as an artificial strait, this book will let legal logic yield to historical and geographic experience by recasting the Panama Canal’s environment as the product of three elements, suggesting new perspectives about its past and future.
Hiran W. Jayewardene
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