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Law of the Sea

Law of the Sea

Elgar Research Reviews in Law

Donald R. Rothwell

Law of the Sea is a review of foundational and contemporary essays and articles that provide a comprehensive overview and analysis of the current law. With a particular focus on some of the key debates that arose during negotiation of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and how those issues are now seen in light of twenty-first century events, this research review is an essential resource for students and researchers engaging in this dynamic and fundamental area of the International Law field.

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Donald R. Rothwell

Subjects: law - academic, maritime law

Law of the Sea is a review of foundational and contemporary essays and articles that provide a comprehensive overview and analysis of the current law. With a particular focus on some of the key debates that arose during negotiation of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and how those issues are now seen in light of twenty-first century events, this research review is an essential resource for students and researchers engaging in this dynamic and fundamental area of the International Law field.

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