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Adopting an integrated, multidisciplinary approach to the political geography of the Indian Ocean, this study analyzes the law of the sea, evaluates the national legislation of those Indian Ocean littoral states which have proclaimed their maritime limits over offshore waters, and examines the numerous bilateral and trilateral agreements on continental shelf and seabed limits of the states in the region. It also previews the potential demarcations in the region of study.;An important aspect of the work is the series of maps and diagrams accompanied by detailed captions or commentaries.;The book should be especially useful to scholars and students of political geography and international law, as well as lawyers concerned with law of the sea matters. Government departments and practitioners concerned with maritime affairs, ocean resource management and the transboundary problems should also find this book a helpful reference. It should also be of interest to commercial users of the seas and ocean resources.