Center for Oceans Law and Policy ; 20. International Law E-Books Online, Collection 2017, ISBN ; 9789004328044.
International Marine Economy offers contributions from marine experts around the globe on the economic impacts of recent developments in international waters. From the South China Arbitration Award to the Bay of Bengal Case, this text includes important writings on Artic Shipping and Fisheries, the deep seabed, resources and maritime boundary regimes and studies the possibility of a new international agreement regulating the conservation of biological diversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction. Finally, it concludes by considering the challenges and opportunities of whaling in the Antarctic Case, ocean governance issues in Southeast Asia, and the exercise of control over foreign merchant vessels and state liability for wrong assessments. This volume offers much needed contemporary commentary from renowned scholars on rapidly evolving maritime topics.
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Featured Studies Chapter 1: Interpretation of unclos Article 121 and Itu Aba (Taiping) in the South China Sea Arbitration Award / Myron H. Nordquist and William G. Phalen Chapter 2: Potential Global Economic Impacts of Ocean Acidification / Stephen A. Macko , Christina Fantasia and Guifang (Julia) XUE Part 1: Arctic Shipping and Resources Chapter 3: Legal Problems of the Northern Sea Route Exploitation: Brief Analysis of the Legislation of the Russian Federation / Tatiana Sorokina and William G. Phalen Chapter 4: imo and the Arctic: Developments since Bergen in 2014 / J. Ashley Roach Chapter 5: Arctic Continental Shelf of the Russian Federation beyond 200 Nautical Miles: Initial Prospect of Sustainable Regulation / Rustambek M. Nurimbetov Part 2: Arctic Ocean Fisheries Chapter 6: The Legal Framework for High Seas Fisheries in the Central Arctic Ocean / Tomas Heidar Chapter 7: Arctic Ocean Fisheries and Korea / Jee Hyun CHOI Chapter 8: Conservation of Marine Living Resources in the Central Arctic Ocean: Five Arctic Coastal States' Initiatives / Jianye TANG Part 3: Deep Sea-Bed Regime Chapter 9: The Forthcoming Breakthrough: China's Legislation on Activities in the Deep Seabed Area1 / Jiancai JIN and Guobin ZHANG Chapter 10: The Due Diligence Obligation of a Sponsoring State: A Framework for Implementation / Elana Geddis Part 4: Resources and Maritime Boundary Regimes Chapter 11: The Grey Area in the Bay of Bengal Case / Jin-Hyun Paik Chapter 12: Separate Lines: Challenges and Opportunities of Differentiated Seabed and Water Column Boundaries / Leonardo Bernard and Clive Schofield Chapter 13: Particularly Sensitive Sea Areas beyond National Jurisdiction: Time to Chart a New Course? / David Freestone and Viva Harris Part 5: Current Ocean Law and Policy Challenges/Opportunities Chapter 14: The Antarctic Whaling Case and the International Law on the Regulation of Whaling / Dan Liu Chapter 15: Law of the Sea and Ocean Governance in Southeast Asia: Comparative European Lessons on Pragmatism and Principle / Ronán Long Chapter 16: The Link between Exercise of Control over Foreign Merchant Ships with Lawful Grounds and State Liability for Wrong Assessments / Hakan Karan.
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Print version: University of Virginia. Center for Oceans Law and Policy. Conference (39th : 2014 : Shanghai, China). International marine economy law and policy. Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, 2017