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AuthorTruby, Jon
Available date2018-02-07T07:32:09Z
Publication Date2017
Publication NameEuropean Energy and Environmental Law Review
CitationJon Truby, 'Book Review: The International Law of the Sea, by Donald R. Rothwell and Tim Stephens. (Bloomsbury (2016))' (2017) 26 European Energy and Environmental Law Review, Issue 6, pp. 188–189
AbstractIn a world where piracy, drug trafficking, terrorism, nuclear tests, climate change and the acidification of the sea now threaten the liberty of ocean vessels to conduct their business, the historic rules governing the sea develop in hot pursuit of necessity. Contemporary state practices, policies and multinational disputes that further provide legal restrictions on maritime transportation and navigational freedoms, change the state of play and the commonly accepted rules, forcing the paper tiger of international law at sea to adapt
PublisherKluwer Law International
drug trafficking
nuclear tests
climate change
acidification of the sea
maritime transportation
international la of the sea
TitleReview of The International Law of the Sea by Donald R Rothwell
TypeBook Review

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