"This series brings together the most significant published journal articles in international law as determined by the editors of each volume in the series. The proliferation of law, specialist journals, the increase in international materials and the use of the internet has meant that it is increasingly difficult for students and legal scholars to have access to all the relevant articles. Many valuable older articles are unable to be obtained readily. In addition each volume contains an informative introduction which provides an overview of the subject matter and justification of why the articles were collected. This series contains collections of articles in a manner that is of use for both teaching and research."--Provided by publisher.
First published 2001 by Ashgate Publishing.
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part Part I: Baseline and The Territorial Sea chapter 1 Lewis M. Alexander (1983), 'Baseline Delimitations and Maritime Boundaries', Virginia Journal of International Law, 23, pp. 503-36. chapter 2 Shekhar Ghosh (1980), The Legal Regime of Innocent Passage through the Territorial Sea', Indian Journal of International Law, 20, pp. 216-42. part Part II: Straits chapter 3 S.N. Nandan and D.H. Anderson (1989), 'Straits Used for International Navigation: A Commentary on Part III of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982', British Year Book of International Law, 60, pp. 159-204. part Part III: Island and Archipelagic States chapter 4 Janusz Symonides (1987), 'The Legal Status of Islands in the New Law of the Sea', Revue de Droit International de Sciences Diplomatiques, Politiques et Sociales, Geneva, 65, pp. 161-80. chapter 5 H. P. Rajan (1986), 'The Legal Regime of Archipelagos', German Yearbook of International Law, 29, pp. 137-53. part Part IV: The Exclusive Economic Zone chapter 6 Tommy T. B. Koh (1988), 'The Exclusive Economic Zone', Malaya Law Review, 30, pp. 1-33. part Part V: The Confidential Shelf chapter 7 Makhdoom Ali Khan (1985), 'The Juridical Concept of the Continental Shelf', Pakistan Horizon (Karachi), 38, pp. 19-40. chapter 8 Duncan J. McMillan (1985), 'The Extent of the Continental Shelf: Factors Affecting the Accuracy of a Continental Margin Boundary', Marine Policy, 9, pp. 148-56. part Part VI: Delimitation of Maritime Boundaries chapter 9 Shabtai Rosenne (1996), 'Geography in International Maritime Boundary-Making', Political Geography, 15, pp. 319-34. chapter 10 Barbara Kwiatkowska (1988), 'Equitable Maritime Boundary Delimitation - A Legal Perspective', International Journal of Estuarine and Coastal Law, 3, pp. 287-304. part Part VII: The High Seas chapter 11 Ram P. Anand (1982), 'Freedom of the Seas: Past, Present and Future', in Rafael Gutierrez Girardot and others (eds), New Directions in International Law: Essays in Honour of Wolfgang Abendroth, Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag, pp. 215-33. part Part VIII: Fisheries chapter 12 Shigeru Oda (1983), 'Fisheries Under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea', American Journal of International Law, 77, pp. 739-55. chapter 13 Moritaka Hayashi (1995), 'The 1995 Agreement on the Conservation and Management of Straddling and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks: Significance for the Law of the Sea Convention', Ocean and Coastal Management, 29, pp. 51-69. part Part IX: The International Seabed Area chapter 14 Alexandre Kiss (1985), 'The Common Heritage of Mankind: Utopia or Reality?', International Journal, 40, pp. 423-41. chapter 15 Bernard H. Oxman (1994), 'Law of the Sea Forum: The 1994 Agreement on Implementation of the Seabed Provisions of the Convention on the Law of the Sea - The 1994 Agreement and the Convention', American Journal of International Law, 88, pp. 687-97. part Part X: Land Locked States chapter 16 Helmut Tuerk and Gerhard Hafner (1985), 'The Land-Locked Countries and the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea', in Budislav Vukas (edition), Essays on the New Law of the Sea, Zagreb: Sveucilisna Naklada Liber, pp. 58-70. part Part XI: The Protecton and Preservation of The Marine Environment chapter 17 Alan E. Boyle (1985), 'Marine Pollution Under the Law of the Sea Convention', American Journal of International Law, 79, pp. 347-72. part Part XII: Marine Scientific Research chapter 18 Patricia Birnie (1995), 'Law of the Sea and Ocean Resources: Implications for Marine Scientific Research', The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law, 10, pp. 229-51. part Part XIII: Maritime Jurisdiction and Enforcement chapter 19 I. A. Shearer (1986), 'Problems of Jurisdiction and Law Enforcement Against Delinquent Vessels', International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 35, pp. 320-43. part Part XIV: Military Uses of the Sea chapter 20 Budislav Vukas (1990), 'Military Uses of the Sea and the United Nations Law of the Sea Convention', in Budislav Vukas (ed. ), Essays on the New Law of the Sea 2, Zagreb: Sveucilisna Naklada Liber, pp. 401-27. chapter 21 Rüdiger Wolfrum (1998), 'Military Activities on the High Seas: What Are the Impacts of the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea?', in Michael N. Schmitt and Leslie C. Green (eds), International Law Studies, 71. The Law of Armed Conflict: Into the Next Millennium, Naval War College, Newport, RI, pp. 501-13. part Part XV: Underwater Archeological and Historical Objects. chapter 22 Janet Blake (1996), 'The Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage', International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 45, pp. 819-43. part Part XVI: The Polar Regions chapter 23 Donald R. Rothwell and Stuart Kaye (1994), 'Law of the Sea and the Polar Regions: Reconsidering the Traditional Norms', Marine Policy, 18, pp. 41-58. part Part XVII: Settlement of Disputes chapter 24 Tullio Treves (1997), The Jurisdiction of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea', Indian Journal of International Law, 37, pp. 396-419.