4 edition of Handbook on the delimitation of maritime boundaries found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Delimitation of maritime boundaries|
|Statement||Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea, Office of Legal Affairs.|
|Contributions||United Nations. Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea.|
|LC Classifications||KZA1450 .H36 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 204 p. :|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||2002276988|
At sea, boundary delimitation between coastal states is continuing unabated. These changes could pose a threat to world peace if they are not wisely negotiated and carefully managed. Maritime Boundaries presents a variety of cases illustrating the implications of recent approaches to maritime territorial juristiction. (). The “Predominant Interest” Concept in Maritime Boundary Delimitation. Ocean Development & International Law: Vol. 51, No. 3, pp.
This is a list of maritime boundary me boundary treaties are treaties that establish a specified ocean or sea boundary between two or more countries or territories. These are also called maritime boundary agreements, maritime delimitation treaties, or maritime delimitation agreements. This Chapter, part of the book 'Maritime Disputes and International Law', offers a brief but comprehensive analysis of the maritime delimitation dispute between Turkey and Greece in the Aegean Sea. The first part examines the geographical characteristics of the Aegean Sea and how its unusual geographical configuration renders maritime boundary.
3. The Delimitation of African Maritime Boundaries. The delimitation of maritime boundaries remains one of the most complex areas (Lucchini & Voelckel, ; Lagoni & Vignes, ) in international law which has attracted economic, political, security, national and other regional interests and often results in disputes 8 (Kenya v. International Maritime Boundaries Online is an unmatched comprehensive reference for international state practice concerning maritime boundary delimitation, and is used and referenced widely by practitioners and scholars of international law. International Maritime Boundaries is also available in print. A User Guide is available here.
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Handbook on the Delimitation of Maritime Boundaries Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea Office of Legal Affairs United Nations • New York, Handbook on the Delimitation of Maritime Boundaries (Law of the Sea Series Incl Law of Sea Bulletin) by United Nations (Author)First published: 25 May, Handbook on the Delimitation of Maritime Boundaries This handbook is a useful tool for facilitating the negotiating process to which countries with adjacent or opposite coasts can resort to in case.
Handbook on the Delimitation of Maritime Boundaries Book Summary: The Handbook covers legal, technical and practical information deemed essential in negotiating maritime boundary delimitation between coastal also contains information about the peaceful settlement of disputes where negotiations are unsuccessful and the states wish to avail themselves of the dispute.
Maritime zones subject to boundary delimitation --Norms and rules applicable to maritime boundary delimitation --Factors exerting an influence on maritime boundary delimitation --Methods applicable to maritime boundary delimitation --Practical aspects of the negotiations --Negotiating and drafting the agreement --Settlement of disputes.
This book provides a user-friendly and practical guide to the modern law of maritime boundary delimitation. The law of maritime boundaries has seen substantial evolution in recent decades.
The book provides a comprehensive overview of the law in this field, and its development through the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, which set out the framework of the modern law Manufacturer: OUP Oxford. Practitioner's Guide to Maritime Boundary Delimitation Stephen Fietta and Robin Cleverly Provides a practical Handbook on the delimitation of maritime boundaries book of maritime delimitation, with detailed commentary on all judgments and awards delimitating boundaries since Accompanied by forty.
UN Handbook on the Delimitation of Maritime Boundaries, New York, ; Nuno Antunes, Towards the Conceptualisation of Maritime Delimitation, The Hague, ; Churchill and Lowe.
Conventional norms for the delimitation of maritime boundaries. Part II. Towards the fo rmulation of the ru le of delimitation of. sea boundaries.
The Hague Codification Conference. Handbook on the Delimitation of Maritime Boundaries, United Nations, New York, Submission by the Russian Federation to the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf, 20 December Submission by Australia to the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf, 15 November The law of maritime delimitation has been mostly developed through the case law of the International Court of Justice and other tribunals.
In the past decade there have been a number of cases that raise questions about the consistency and predictability of the jurisprudence concerning this sub-field of international law.
Abstract: The delimitation of maritime zones and boundaries foreseen by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) is a factor of economic growth, effective management of the coastal and ocean environment and the cornerstone for maritime spatial planning.
Maritime zones and boundaries form the outermost limits of coastal. Handbook on the Delimitation of Maritime Boundaries Handbook on the Delimitation of Maritime Boundaries This handbook is a useful tool for facilitating the negotiating process to which countries with adjacent or opposite coasts can resort to in case of overlapping claims.
Without rules on maritime delimitation in spaces where coastal State jurisdictions overlap, coastal States cannot enjoy the legal uses of maritime spaces effectively. Hence the law of maritime delimitation is of paramount importance in the law of the sea.
Get this from a library. Handbook on the delimitation of maritime boundaries. [United Nations. Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea.;] -- This handbook is a useful tool for facilitating the negotiating process to which countries with adjacent or opposite coasts can resort to in case of overlapping claims.
Its area of coverage includes. Handbook on the Delimitation of Maritime Boundaries This handbook is a useful tool for facilitating the negotiating process to which countries with adjacent or opposite coasts can resort to in case of overlapping claims.
This chapter provides an overview of maritime boundary delimitation, drawing on its history whilst focusing on points of contemporary relevance. This edited volume is authored by twelve experts in the law of the sea, from judges of the ITLOS to scholars and attorneys, tackling, from general and particular perspectives, some of the core judicial, conventional, and practical issues of maritime delimitation.
Lucchini, Laurent, and. This article summarizes the rules for maritime boundary delimitation and the United States practice in delimiting maritime boundaries. The article concludes with summaries of several problem areas.
Handbook on Geopolitics and Security in the Arctic. Handbook on Geopolitics and Security in the Arctic pp | Cite as. A Divided Arctic: Maritime Boundary Agreements and Disputes in the Arctic Ocean.
Editors: Rainer Lagoni and Daniel Vignes The delimitation of maritime zones is an important requirement for peaceful relations between neighbouring States.
There are numerous examples of areas between States with opposite or adjacent coasts where sovereignty over an island or territory may See More.International Maritime Boundaries, Volume 5 Jonathan I.
Charney, David A. Colson, Lewis M. Alexander, Robert W. Smith Limited preview - International Maritime Boundaries, Volumes Rather than having moving maritime boundaries, the baseline is fixed to begin at the low-water line along the coast.
The low-water line is derived from the coastal State’s own charts. 1 These zones are measured using nautical miles, a measurement based on the circumference of the Earth.
2 One nautical mile equals roughly miles on land.