Coastal State Regulation of International Shipping

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While much has been written on the navigation rights and freedoms set forth in the Law of the Sea Convention, this book takes a fundamentally different approach - by looking at international shipping from the perspective of coastal states and their desire to protect their resources and marine environment from damage by international shipping. As the potential risk of damage by shipping increases because of the increases in the volume and composition of ships and the varying array of cargo carried, coastal states' interest ...

Coastal State Regulation of International Shipping 2004, Oceana TM

ISBN-13: 9780379215113

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