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In the face of seemingly intractable territorial and maritime disputes in the South China Sea, the article examines how the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea ( losc ), sets out what maritime claims States can make in the South China Sea and how it establishes a framework that...
On 18 September 2013, the crew of the Greenpeace vessel Arctic Sunrise tried to access the Prirazlomnaya oil rig, which was operating within the Russian Federation’s exclusive economic zone in the Arctic. The following day the Russian authorities boarded and arrested the Arctic Sunrise and...
Despite stepped-up efforts to tackle illegal, unreported and unregulated ( iuu ) fishing on the high seas, it is flourishing. The threats that it poses, ranging from adverse effects on fish stocks to the destabilisation of coastal communities, warrant renewed urgent concern about its...
This article examines the law governing bioprospecting in the high seas and subsequent use of biological material. Seen in relation to the on-going debate on a new legal regime for marine areas beyond national jurisdiction, the authors explore the degree to which existing rights and obligations...
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