SHIPPING INTERDICTION AND THE LAW OF THE SEA
|Publisher||University College London|
|D O W N L O A D|
In this very comparative and thorough study of shipping interdiction, the author considers the State action of searching, stopping and arresting foreign flag vessels with their crew on the high seas in case of piracy, drug smuggling, slavery, migrant smuggling, fisheries management, the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and maritime terrorism.
This book will be very useful to those engaged in any shipping related activities. The author has also provided good examination of the rules governing the use of force and human rights protection, as well as the compensation for incorrect interdiction. The publication is very well written and contains the results of the very well performed research, that is why it is so highly readable and authoritative. The author has managed to catch the balance between the depth and detail, providing readers with the in-depth analysis.
This is a recommended reading for literally all players of the maritime industry since none of the topics covered in the book may be considered irrelevant to any category of people working in the industry; in fact, they are all equally affecting everyone and shall be taken good care of in order to provide safe and efficient operation.
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