Maritime Power And The Law Of The Sea

Author: James Kraska
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0199773386
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And international law to directly challenge unimpeded access to coastal areas, with profound implications for American grand strategy and world politics.

Maritime Security And The Law Of The Sea

Author: Natalie Klein
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191652857
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In doing so, this book not only addresses traditional security concerns for naval power but also examines responses to contemporary maritime security threats, such as terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, piracy, drug-trafficking, ...

The Royal Navy And Maritime Power In The Twentieth Century

Author: Ian Speller
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113426982X
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This chapter examines the constraints and obligations that customary law of the
sea and conventions sponsored by the United Nations (UN) have placed on
nations and their navies. It assesses the potential for such issues as national
sovereignty, maritime boundaries and economic uses of the seas to cause
disputes that may lead to armed conflict today, despite or because of UN
conventions. Two case studies will be used to present the potential for conflict
between a sovereign ...

China S Maritime Power And Strategy

Author: Hailong Ju
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 981461940X
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South China Sea disputes and the discussion of The United Nations Convention
on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), a group of scholars, including Wang Tieya (⦻
䫱ፆ), Zhao Lihai (䎥⨶⎧), Han Zhenhua (丙䴷ॾ) and Zheng Ziyue (䜁䍴㓖), whose
focuses of research are International Law and Historical Geography, came to the
fore. As searelated issues gradually received comprehensive researches
covering multiple fields such as international law, marine resource exploitation
and ...

The Politics Of Maritime Power

Author: Andrew T. H . Tan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136833420
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Maritime. Governance. System. DANIEL MORAN The distinctive features of
maritime governance are owed to the fact that human beings live on land. Yet
water is essential to our existence, biologically and socially. All the great cities of
... It was the implausible accumulation and inevitable collapse of such claims that
gave rise to the modern law of the sea, which seeks to limit the sovereign rights of
states, within a broader legal order designed to secure for mankind in general
what the ...

Asian Maritime Power In The 21st Century

Author: Vijay Sakhuja
Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
ISBN: 981431109X
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2. MARITIME. GEOGRAPHY,. LAW. OF. THE. SEA. AND. GEOSTRATEGY.
Geography is a critical determinant of national strategy and plays an important
role in its development process. The geographical profile, relative position on the
globe and prevalent climatic conditions are the crucial indices and vital strategic
factors that bestow upon any state its rightful position in the international system.
While the indices of national power may vary over time in terms of capacity,
capability and ...

The Law Of The Sea In The Asian Pacific Region

Author: James Crawford
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9780792327424
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Although for a long time not regarded as a major maritime nation, China has a
long maritime history. Chinese ancient exploitation of the adjacent seas is
reflected in the fact that sea-salt making can be traced back 5000 years.1
However only in the last 40 years has China emerged internationally as a fishing
and maritime power, with a strong interest in all matters related to the law of the
sea. In the past the Chinese did not need to consider the sea or sea power as it
was irrelevant to ...

Maritime Power In The Black Sea

Author: Deborah Sanders
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317100565
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The Russian government has, however, rejected Ukrainian claims that this sea
be designated an open sea and has instead called on Kyiv to abide by an
agreement signed by the previous Ukrainian government in December 2003.
Under this agreement the Sea of Azov is designated as 'internal waters' of Russia
and Ukraine which are jointly owned and managed and not regulated by
international law. Ukraine's maritime power has also been compromised by the
ongoing dispute ...

The Yankee Mariner And Sea Power

Author: Joyce J. Bartell
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9780884741053
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United States support for this concept both waxed and waned in the nineteenth
century according to circumstances, but traditional law of the sea never received
from the United States the principled support that it received from the United
Kingdom or France. With some exceptions, the United States during the
nineteenth century left the enforcement of traditional law of the sea at the
international level to the United Kingdom. When the maritime power of the United
Kingdom declined after ...

Contest For The South China Sea

Author: Marwyn Samuels
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136575537
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8 The southern maritime frontier Shaped by larger foreign policy considerations.
China's role in the UHCLOS III debates closely l'ollowed ... of those concerns was
quite remarkable. The fact that the PRC played an active role in the UHCLOS lIl
debates served as a striking reminder that China. had. once been and tttigltt
again become a major maritime power in Asia. Similarly. whatever its historical
ambivalence as a maritime power, China's concerns about the Law of the Sea
acted to ...