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This article explores the nature of Canada’s laws and regulations governing the Northern Canada Vessel Services Zone Regulations ( nordreg ) within the context of the international law of the sea. It provides context for the response to nordreg by the United States, and forecasts the impact of...
This article provides a roadmap for possible European Union ( eu ) action in the protection of marine biodiversity in the changing Arctic. First the eu ’s competence in the Arctic is briefly introduced. Then the discussion turns to the eu ’s potential external and internal actions in shipping,...
Submissions to the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf ( clcs ) by countries claiming sovereignty in Antarctica confirm the resilience of the Antarctic status quo to legal challenges. Through this status quo , these submissions have not been hindered by differences among claimant...
Among the many challenges facing Somalia as it seeks to enable its maritime future is the continuing conundrum presented by its historical claim to a 200-nautical-mile territorial sea. However, as a degree of stability has returned, a series of important—but largely forgotten—national and...
Operational reporting from the Middle East indicates that the exercise by warships of a right of visit on the high seas, in order to verify the flag of the boarded vessel, is an important part of contemporary maritime enforcement operations. However, this reliance on ‘flag verification...
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