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The article examines the transboundary environmental impact assessment (EIA) procedure that was applied to the Baltic Sea Gas Pipeline (BSGP). The BSGP is not only the longest offshore pipeline ever planned, but also the transboundary EIA procedure that was applied to it was the most challenging...
The discovery of the ‘Rainbow’, a hydrothermal vent field located in the Portuguese continental shelf beyond 200 nautical miles, has prompted new thinking in our understanding of the law of the sea. In 2006, in the context of the OSPAR Convention, Portugal proposed the nomination of the first...
Two sets of quite related judicial decisions in the US, regarding in rem actions directed at several Spanish State shipwrecks, have completed a new legal framework that must be kept in mind not only for treasure-hunter companies and any other persons trying to gain any right over the wrecks of...
It is not the role of an international adjudicative body in the exercise of its contentious jurisdiction, to advise parties as to what their rights would be under a hypothetical state of facts. Having in mind the importance international law attaches to the judicial principle res iudicata, the...
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