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Current Maritime Issues and the International Maritime Organization

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ISBN13: 9789041112934
ISBN: 9041112936
Published: October 1999
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: £211.00

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The contributors to this volume consider the most pressing issues confronting the International Maritime Organization, as the IMO celebrates its 50th anniversary. The papers in this publication were originally presented at the 23rd Annual Seminar of the Center for Oceans Law and Policy (COLP), University of Virginia School of Law, an event co-hosted with the IMO in January, 1999, at its headquarters in London. Subjects covered were maritime safety, marine environmental protection, flag State implementation and port State control, IMO's interface with the Law of the Sea Convention, IMO Legal Committee work, and broader questions of IMO regulations and oceans policy. The text also includes keynote papers by Sir Robert Jennings, the distinguished former President of the International Court of Justice; Ms Glenda Jackson, the United Kingdom Under-Secretary of State and Minister of Shipping; and Ambassador Satya N. Nandan, the Secretary-General of the International Seabed Authority.

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Prefatory Note. Note by the Editors. Welcoming Remarks. Keynote addresses. Panel I. Maritime Safety Issues; G. Pattofatto, Moderator. Panel II. Marine Environmental Protection Issues; B.S. Moore, Moderator. Panel III. Flag State Implementation and Port State Control; N. Skourtos, Moderator. Panel IV: IMO Interface with the Law of the Sea Convention; J. Norton Moore, Moderator. Panel V. IMO Legal Issues; S. Pyeatt Menefee, Moderator. Panel VI. Implementing IMO Regulations and Oceans Policy; M. Nordquist, Moderator. Commentary; J. Cowley. Concluding Remarks; W. O'Neil.