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The Law of Maritime Boundary Delimitation

ISBN13: 9780792330820
ISBN: 079233082X
Published: June 1996
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
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This volume presents an analysis of the maritime boundary delimitations of the Russian Federation. The focus of this analysis is the relationship between state practice and the rules of public international law applicable to the delimitation of maritime zones between neighbouring states.;The first part establishes the contents of the law in this field. The main part of the work concerns an analysis of the position of the Russian Federation on the rules of maritime delimitation law and the practice of this state in relation to the delimitation of specific maritime boundaries with neighbouring states.;The case study of the Russian Federation illustrates the significance of international law for the delimitation of maritime boundaries, while at the same time indicating the limits of the influence of the law on state behaviour.

Part 1: Maritime Delimitation Law. Introduction. I. State Practice concerning Maritime Delimitation. II: The Case Law concerning Maritime Delimitation. III: Maritime Delimitation Law - An Appraisal.
Part 2: The Russian Federation Position on Maritime Delimitation Law. Introduction. IV: The Position of the Russian Federation on Maritime Delimitation Law. V: Russian Legal Doctrine concerning Maritime Delimitation Law.
Part 3: The Maritime Boundary Delimitations of the Russian Federation. Introduction. VI: The Baltic Sea. VII: The Barents Sea, the Bering Sea, the Chukchi Sea, and the North Pacific Ocean. VIII: The Black Sea. IX: The Sea of Japan, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Northwest Pacific Ocean.
Part 4: Evaluation and Conclusions. X: State Practice of the Russian Federation and Maritime Delimitation Law.