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Navigational Restrictions within the New LOS Context: Geographical Implications for the United States

Edited by: J. Ashley Roach

ISBN13: 9789004327108
Published: December 2016
Publisher: Brill Nijhoff
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £172.00



Despatched in 11 to 13 days.

In 1986, Lewis M. Alexander, a world-renowned marine geographer, prepared for the U.S. Department of Defense a report, Navigational Restrictions within the New LOS Context: Geographical Implications for the United States.

Edited by J. Ashley Roach, the reformatted report is presented in five sections and includes 20 maps, illustrating the world’s international straits and major ocean navigation routes. Forty-three tables present the most comprehensive descriptions of the world’s straits used for international navigation, as well as identify various categories of maritime claims. What made the Report extraordinarily valuable in 1986, and which makes it equally valuable today, is the compilation of geographic data - not available elsewhere - describing the world’s straits used for international navigation and illustrations of the chokepoints and major international shipping trade routes.

Roach has faithfully reproduced Alexander’s seminal work by retaining the original structure and references. A table of defined terms and an index have been added.

Subjects:
Public International Law
Contents:
Series Editor’s Foreword
Editor’s Note and Preface
List of Defined Terms
Navigational Restrictions within the New Los Context: Geographical
Implications for the United States
Abstract 
Acknowledgements
List of Maps
List of Tables 
Introduction 
I The Ocean Enclosure Movement 
II Narrow International Ocean Waterways 
III Ocean Navigation Routes of Particular Importance to the United States 
IV Transit Regions of the World 
V A Regime of Navigational Inconsistencies for the Coming Decade and Its
Potential Impacts on U.S. Interests 
Bibliography 
Index