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Unresolved Issues and New Challenges to the Law of the Sea: Time Before and Time After

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Edited by: Anastasia Strati, Maria Gavouneli, Nikolaos Skourtos

ISBN13: 9789004151918
ISBN: 9004151915
Published: January 2006
Publisher: Brill Nijhoff
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £141.00



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This work analyzes the management of shared fish stocks; protection of the underwater cultural heritage; the possibilities of establishing marine protected areas and other means for safeguarding vulnerable marine ecosystems; the use of the high seas for intelligence as well as recent developments on interdiction of vessels on the high seas. Special emphasis is paid to the role of international courts and tribunals in the progressive development of the law of the sea as well as the ability of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea to accommodate new uses and challenges, such as new concerns, new technological possibilities, in particular, new contexts and functions of established rules. The 1982 Convention seems capable of coping with most of them, although it remains useful to explore its possibilities and limits. This work, covering many aspects, will be useful to anyone interested in the law of the sea.

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Subjects:
Public International Law
Contents:
Table of Contents, Abbreviations, Introduction, Part I Unresolved Issues under the UN Convention of the Law of the Sea, Chapter 1, Robin R. Churchill, The management of shared fish stocks: The neglected “other” paragraph of article 63 of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, Chapter 2, Anastasia Strati, Protection of the underwater cultural heritage: From the shortcomings of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea to the compromises of the UNESCO Convention, Comment: Petros Sioussiouras, The contiguous zone as a mechanism for protecting the underwater cultural heritage, Part II: New Challenges to the Law of the Sea A. Protection and Preservation of the Marine Environment, Chapter 3, Grigoris Tsaltas, Towards a world protection framework of the marine environment through the promotion of international and regional cooperation under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, Chapter 4, Nilufer Oral, Protection of vulnerable marine ecosystems in areas beyond national jurisdiction: Can international law meet the challenge?, Chapter 5, Tullio Scovazzi, New international instruments for marine protected areas in the Mediterranean Sea, Part II: New Challenges to the Law of the Sea, B. The Principle of the Freedom of the High Seas in the Post 9/11 World, Chapter 6, Petros Liacouras, Intelligence gathering on the high seas, Chapter 7, Angelos Syrigos, Developments on interdiction of vessels on the high seas, Part III
The Future of the Law of the Sea: Uniformity or Fragmentation?, Chapter 8, Maria Gavouneli, From uniformity to fragmentation: The ability of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea to accommodate new uses and challenges, Chapter 9, Haritini Dipla, The role of the International Court of Justice and the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea in the progressive development of the law of the sea, Chapter 10, Budislav Vukas, State practice in the aftermath of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea: The exclusive economic zone and the Mediterranean Sea, Comment, Aristotelis Alexopoulos, Some thoughts on the concept of the contiguous zone and its potential application to the Greek seas, A.A. Fatouros, Concluding remarks, Annexes.