This book aspires to contribute to greater understanding of three major perspectives on marine policy: developed states' perspectives, developing states' perspectives, and interaction between first and second perspectives or North-South perspectives.
1. Introduction Part One: Developed States' Perspectives 2. Environmental Hegemony, Maritime Community and the Problem of oil Tanker Pollution 3. Marine Policies of the European Community Part Two: Developing States' Perspectives 4. Stages in the Development of Third World Marine Policies 5. Third World off shore Resource Management and Protection 6. Optimal Development of Third World Fisheries 7. Southeast Asia: Some Perspectives on Marine Policy Part Three: North-South Perspectives 8. Coastal Area Management and Conflict Management 9. Strategic Tensions and Minerals Management in the International Seabed Authority 10. The Great Naval Powers and the Third World 11. Conclusions