FREEDOM OF NAVIGATION AND GLOBALIZATION
|Author(s)||Myron H. Nordquist, John Norton Moore|
|Publisher||Martinus Nijhoff Publishers|
|D O W N L O A D|
In this excellent volume the team consisting of the industry experts offers a timely and remarkably thorough professional analysis of the ongoing issues taking place in the Law of Sea today. The content has peen arranged in six major parts. The first part of the document provides the results of examination of the co-operative measures than are commonly taken in the South-East Asia when combating maritime piracy and robbery against the vessels.
The second part is mainly focusing on the trans-national threats, such as the counter-proliferation measures, IUU fishing, freedom of navigation, regulations governing the activities of the private maritime security organizations etc. The third part is made up of two essays addressing the current development in Arctic , covering the Arctic Council activities and co-operative measures that are taken by Japan, Korea and China.
The rest of the parts are dealing with such important aspects of maritime industry as the energy security, ASEAN activities, enhancing navigational safety, balancing the protection of the marine environment and freedom of navigation, marine data collection, etc. particular attention has been paid to the various categories taken together with the associated legal consequences. In the closing document the global challenges including rising sea level, Polar changes and global warming are outlines.
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