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[In August 2005, the Pacific Area commander of the U.S. Coast Guard on a maritime security conference in Copenhagen proclaimed that the United States intended to push back its sea borders for searches as much as possible, maybe even by 2,000 nautical miles.1 According to him, such a step would...
[Research in the existent public international law cannot and must not be isolated from factual matters and policy concerns. In fact, it is very likely that respect of public international law will increase if international lawyers are well aware of these factual matters while applying...
[The Law of the Sea with the Law of the Sea Convention and a great number of IMO conventions represents one area of public international law which is very densely codified. Even though the Law of the Sea Convention alone with its 320 articles and 11 annexes has rightly been called the...
[Instead of relying on multilateral conventions, the United States has a considerable tradition of concluding bilateral agreements in order to obtain permission to conduct the boarding of foreign vessels on the high seas or even in waters under foreign jurisdiction when the United States deemed...
[The classical distinction in public international law between rules applicable in times of peace on the one hand, and rules applicable in times of war on the other hand, also generally applies to the Law of the Sea.1 Therefore, the Law of the Sea Convention as such does not govern the relations...
[In spite of their considerable significance in order to maintain a reasonable balance between a great number of security concerns and the freedom of navigation, the compensation provisions analysed in this study have not played a major role in international dispute settlement. Considering the...
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