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Excessive Maritime Claims

Author : J. Ashley Roach
ISBN : 9789004217737
Genre : Law
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This title is designed for law of the sea and maritime law specialists. The coverage includes current affairs in martime law such as submarine cables, polar areas, environmental protection, sovereign immunity and sunken ships, and maritime law enforcement.
Category: Law

United States Responses To Excessive Maritime Claims

Author : J. Ashley Roach
ISBN : 9789041102256
Genre : Law
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A number of significant events in the law of the sea have occurred since the summer of 1994 when this book was first published by the U.S. Naval War College. Of greatest significance is the entry into force on November 16, 1994, of the United Nations Law of the Sea Convention, with a reformed Part XI on deep seabed mining, that gives every prospect of gaining universal acceptance. In addition, in submitting the Convention and implementing Agreement to the Senate for advice and consent in October 1994, President Clinton forwarded an extensive and authoritative Commentary on those documents. Consequently, the authors were encouraged to prepare a second edition for the wider audience which must deal with the traditional uses provisions of the modern Law of the Sea Convention now in force. A new chapter on marine data collection has been added and documents have been included which will further facilitate the use of this expanded volume as a working tool for the practitioner and student alike.
Category: Law

International Maritime Security Law

Author : James Kraska
ISBN : 9789004233577
Genre : Law
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International Maritime Security Law, by James Kraska and Raul Pedrozo, defines an emerging interdisciplinary field of law and policy comprised of norms, legal regimes, and rules to address today's hybrid threats to the global order of the oceans
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Excessive Maritime Claims

Author : J. Ashley Roach (jurist.)
ISBN : OCLC:898914575
Genre : Boundaries
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Major Law And Policy Issues In The South China Sea

Author : Dr Yann-huei Song
ISBN : 9781472401595
Genre : Law
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Major law and policy issues in the South China Sea are discussed mainly from the perspectives of leading American and European scholars in the study of the complex South China Sea disputes. The issues include regional maritime cooperation and regime building, Southeast Asian countries’ responses to the Chinese assertiveness, China’s historic claims, maritime boundary delimitation and excessive maritime claims, military activities and the law of the sea, freedom of navigation and its impact on the problem, the dispute between Vietnam and China, confidence-building measures and U.S.-Taiwan-China relations in the South China Sea, and Taiwan’s role in the resolution to the South China Sea issues. Over the past three years, there have been several incidents in the South China Sea between the claimants, and also between the claimants and non-claimants over fisheries, collection of seismic data, exploration for oil and gas resources, and exercise of freedom of navigation. Third party concerns and involvement in the South China Sea disputes have been increasing as manifested in actions taken by the United States, India, and Japan. It is therefore important to examine South China Sea disputes from the legal and political perspective and from the view point of American and European experts who have been studying South China Sea issues for many years.
Category: Law

Historic Waters In The Law Of The Sea

Author : Clive Ralph Symmons
ISBN : 9789004163508
Genre : Law
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This work reassesses the doctrine, and status, of historic waters in the law of the sea, particularly in the light of recent developments, such as in" Alaska v. US" (2005), which case forms a continuous theme throughout the book. Detailed and critical examination is made of the alleged rules in international customary law on the topic, including matters such as burden of proof.
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Maritime Power And The Law Of The Sea

Author : James Kraska
ISBN : 9780199877676
Genre : Law
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In Maritime Power and the Law of the Sea: Expeditionary Operations in World Politics, Commander James Kraska analyzes the evolving rules governing freedom of the seas and their impact on expeditionary operations in the littoral, near-shore coastal zone. Coastal state practice and international law are developing in ways that restrict naval access to the littorals and associated coastal communities and inshore regions that have become the fulcrum of world geopolitics. Consequently, the ability of naval forces to project expeditionary power throughout semi-enclosed seas, exclusive economic zones (EEZs) and along the important sea-shore interface is diminishing and, as a result, limiting strategic access and freedom of action where it is most needed. Commander Kraska describes how control of the global commons, coupled with new approaches to sea power and expeditionary force projection, has given the United States and its allies the ability to assert overwhelming sea power to nearly any area of the globe. But as the law of the sea gravitates away from a classic liberal order of the oceans, naval forces are finding it more challenging to accomplish the spectrum of maritime missions in the coastal littorals, including forward presence, power projection, deterrence, humanitarian assistance and sea control. The developing legal order of the oceans fuses diplomacy, strategy and international law to directly challenge unimpeded access to coastal areas, with profound implications for American grand strategy and world politics.
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