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Routledge Research on the Law of the Sea


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Maritime Claims and Boundary Delimitation Tensions and Trends in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea

Maritime Claims and Boundary Delimitation: Tensions and Trends in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea

1st Edition

By Nicholas A. Ioannides
January 09, 2023

This book delves into the major developments triggered by the hydrocarbon discoveries in the Eastern Mediterranean over the last twenty years, focusing on maritime boundary delimitation. Examining the impact that the hydrocarbon discoveries have had on the application of the law of the sea rules by...

Law of the Sea and Maritime Delimitation State Practice and Case Law in Latin America and the Caribbean

Law of the Sea and Maritime Delimitation: State Practice and Case Law in Latin America and the Caribbean

1st Edition

By Angel Horna
December 16, 2022

The law of maritime delimitation has been shaped by the interpretation of certain provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, which has led to State practice being neglected in current scholarship. This book presents an overview of the under-examined question of the impact of...

Maritime Operations Law in Practice Key Cases and Incidents

Maritime Operations Law in Practice: Key Cases and Incidents

1st Edition

Edited By David Letts, Rob Mclaughlin
December 09, 2022

The law that applies to maritime operations at sea is complex and comprises two distinct elements: treaty law (1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea), and the cases and incidents that occur at sea in both peacetime and during armed conflict which result in the creation of customary ...

Freedom of Navigation and the Law of the Sea Warships, States and the Use of Force

Freedom of Navigation and the Law of the Sea: Warships, States and the Use of Force

1st Edition

By Cameron Moore
February 10, 2021

There has been a recent increase in clashes between warships asserting rights to navigate and states asserting sovereignty over coastal waters. This book argues for a set of rules which respect the rights of coastal states to protect their sovereignty and of warships to navigate lawfully, whilst ...

Freedoms of Navigation in the Asia-Pacific Region Strategic, Political and Legal Factors

Freedoms of Navigation in the Asia-Pacific Region: Strategic, Political and Legal Factors

1st Edition

By Sam Bateman
September 18, 2019

The need for freedoms of navigation in regional waters is frequently mentioned in statements from regional forums, but a common understanding of what constitutes a particular freedom of navigation or the relevant law is lacking. This book discusses how law, politics and strategy intersect to ...

The International Court of Justice in Maritime Disputes The Case of Chile and Peru

The International Court of Justice in Maritime Disputes: The Case of Chile and Peru

1st Edition

By Julio Faundez
August 15, 2018

The origins of the maritime dispute between Chile and Peru go back to 1952, when these countries, along with Ecuador, asserted sovereignty over 200 nautical miles from their coasts. This maritime claim is widely regarded as one of the most important contributions by a group of developing countries ...

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