OPERATIONAL LAW IN INTERNATIONAL STRAITS AND CURRENT MARITIME SECURITY CHALLENGES
|Author(s)||J. Schildknecht, R. Dickey, M. Fink, L. Ferris|
|D O W N L O A D|
In this volume, the team of recognized maritime law professionals tries to answer the most important questions related to the security challenges as applied to the United States. They analyze the modern legal challenges for America together with the naval operations confronting them. In fact, this is the first volume on the operational law addressing such the important aspects never been dealt with in detail before.
The idea of the authors was to provide industry with the proper platform so that the practitioners can benefit from the expertise in the contemporary maritime law. The ongoing trends have been addressed and analyzed in detail. There are four main parts in the book, staring with the introduction and the maritime challenges of today, followed by the information on the international straits and associated rights and obligations.
The third part of the book is entirely devoted to the maritime security and safety, while the closing part addresses the law of the armed conflict, including the historical background, contraband and prize, public international law etc. The volume will definitely be interesting to the maritime lawyers and as such is recommended to them all.
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