Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -272) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
chapter 1 Australia, New Zealand and Maritime Security / NATALIE KLEIN chapter 2 Maritime Security and the Law of the Sea / DONALD R. ROTHWELL chapter 3 Australia's Traditional Maritime Security Concerns and Post-9/11 Perspectives / DONALD R. ROTHWELL chapter 4 Maritime Security in New Zealand / JOANNA MOSSOP chapter 5 Whose Security is it and how much of it do we want? The US Influence on the International Law against Maritime Terrorism / SHIRLEY V. SCOTT chapter 6 New Zealand and Australia's Role in Improving Maritime Security in the Pacific Region / SAM BATEMAN chapter 7 Maritime Security and Shipping Safety in the Southern Ocean chapter 8 Counter-Terrorism and the Security of Shipping in South East Asia / CAROLINE E. FOSTER chapter 9 Maritime Security and Oceans Policy / PETER COZENS chapter 10 Act of State Doctrine in the Antipodes: The Intersection of National and International Law in Naval Constabulary Operations / CAMERON MOORE chapter 11 The Protection of Platforms, Pipelines and Submarine Cables under Australian and New Zealand Law / New Zealand Law STUART KAYE chapter 12 Maritime Domain Awareness in Australia and New Zealand / and New Zealand CHRIS RAHMAN chapter 13 Intelligence Gathering and Information Sharing for Maritime Security Purposes under International Law / NATALIE KLEIN chapter 14 Maritime Security in the Twenty-First Century: Contemporary and Anticipated Challenges for Australia and New Zealand / Australia and New Zealand DONALD R. ROTHWELL.