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Excessive Maritime Claims 3rd ed isbn 9789004217737

United States Responses to Excessive Maritime Claims 2nd ed

ISBN13: 9789041102256
ISBN: 9041102256
New Edition ISBN: 9789004217737
Published: July 1998
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

A number of significant events in the law of the sea have occurred since the summer of 1994 when this book was first published by the US Naval War College. Of greatest significance is the entry into force on November 16, 1994, of the United Nations Law of the Sea Convention, with a reformed Part XI on on deep seabed mining, that gives every prospect of gaining universal acceptance.;In addition, in submitting the Convention and implementing Agreement to the Senate for advice and consent in October 1994, President Clinton forwarded an extensive commentary on those documents.

Consequently, the authors were encouraged to prepare a second edition for the wider audience which must deal with the traditional provisions of the modern Law of the Sea Convention now in force. A new chapter on marine data collection has been added and documents have been included which will further facilitate the use of this expanded volume as a working tool for the practitioner and student alike.

Part One: Introduction.
1. Maintaining Freedom of the Seas.
2. Identification of Excessive Maritime Claims. Part Two: Legal Divisions of the Oceans and Airspace.
3. Historic Waters.
4. Baselines.
5. Territorial Sea.
6. Contiguous Zone.
7. Exclusive Economic Zone.
8. Continental Shelf.
9. Archipelagos. Part Three: Navigation and Overflight Rights and Duties.
10. In the Territorial Sea.
11. International Straits.
12. Overflight Restrictions.
13. Archipelagic Sea Lanes Passage.
14. Navigation in Exclusive Economic Zones.
15. Marine Data Collection. Part Four: The Future and Conclusions.
16. Emerging Ocean Policy Issues.
17. The Future of US Ocean Policy.