DISPUTE SETTLEMENT IN THE UN CONVENTION ON THE LAW AT SEA
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
|D O W N L O A D|
Introduction; Abbreviations; Historical and present perspective; Table of treaties & other international instruments; Table of cases; The settlement procedure under UNCLOS - General obligations and preliminary means of dispute settlement; Limitations on/optional exceptions to applicability of various compulsory procedures entailing binding decisions - Choice of procedure and provisional measures; Deep seabed mining, including alternative mining regime; Conclusion.
The oceans cover approximately 5/7 of the surface of our planet; they are playing a vitally important role in supporting human life on earth. Needless to say that they are considered the most important natural resource. Each country of the world has some strategic, social and political interests there and these interests shall be treated as a sort of manifest in numerous maritime activities, for example marine transportation of cargoes, fishing, naval missions, exploration and production of the minerals and hydrocarbons, scientific researches etc...
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