International Law E-Books Online, Collection 2018, ISBN ; 9789004353329.
In Stress Testing the Law of the Sea: Dispute Resolution, Disasters andamp; Emerging Challenges , edited by Stephen Minas and H. Jordan Diamond, leading practitioners and scholars of the law of the sea examine key developments that are placing pressure on the current legal framework. Following an expert preface setting the historical context for the discussion, Part I explores the changing norms of marine dispute resolution - long the foundation of the UNCLOS framework - in an era when the lines between private and public governance are continually shifting and following the landmark South China Sea arbitration. Part II explores emerging issues whose inherent levels of uncertainty challenge the structure of the framework, including climate change, disasters, and expanding energy exploration.
"This book has its genesis in a conference held in London on 30 September and 1 October 2016, on the theme of "Stress Testing the Law of the Sea: Dispute Resolution, Disasters and New Challenges". The conference was hosted by the Transnational Law Institute (TLI) of King's College London in collaboration with the Law of the Sea Institute at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (LOSII)." --ECIP introduction.
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Table of Contents In Memoriam: DAVID D. CARON (1952-2018), Scholar and Teacher of Ocean Law Extraordinaire Foreword: Reflections on Forty Years of the Law of the Sea Acknowledgments Figures Notes on Contributors Introduction: The Law of the Sea and the Challenges of Transnational Governance by Stephen Minas and H. Jordan Diamond Stress Testing UNCLOS Dispute Resolution The Role of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea in Global Ocean Governance by Vladimir Golitsyn Contested Sovereignty over Land Territory and Maritime Zones by Pierre-Emmanuel Dupont Arbitrating Maritime Disputes: Evolving Approaches to Maritime Features and Third Party Interests in UNCLOS Arbitration by Robert G. Volterra Navigating Uncharted Procedural Waters in a Rising Sea of Cases at the Permanent Court of Arbitration by Judith Levine and Garth L. Schofield ITLOS at 20: Provisional Measures and the Precautionary Approach by Mubarak A. Waseem Certain Controversial Issues in the Development of the International Law of the Sea by Keyuan Zou The South China Sea Arbitration and the China-Philippines Relations Beyond the Award by Vasco Becker-Weinberg The Interface of UNCLOS and Emerging Environmental, Disaster and Energy Challenges Interpreting the Dispute Settlement Limitation on Fisheries after the Chagos Marine Protected Area Arbitration by Alexandros X.M. Ntovas Protection Standards for the Marine Environment: Updating Part XII of the Law of the Sea Convention? by Maria Gavouneli Weathering the 21st Century: How UNCLOS Contributes to Responses to Climate-Related Disaster Events by Anastasia Telesetsky The Sendai Opportunity: Maritime Access and Cooperation for Disaster Relief by Stephen Minas Rights and Obligations of States in Undelimited Maritime Areas: The Case of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea by Nicholas A. Ioannides Back Matter Index.
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Print version: Stress Testing the Law of the Sea: Dispute Resolution, Disasters and New Challenges (Conference) (2016 : Dickson Poon School of Law) Stress testing the law of the sea Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, 2018