Contemporary Challenges and Solutions
Cambridge University Press
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Introduction; Part I. Law of Peace and Law of War: 1.1. General; 1.2. Treaty regimes; 1.3. A law of war for straits?; Part II. Right of Transit Passage Ratione Loci: Straits Used for International Navigation: 2. Applicability of the right of transit passage under UNCLOS Part III – Exclusions: 3. Applicability of the right of transit under Part III – straits used for international navigation defined; Part III. Right of Transit Ratione Materiae: Definition of Transit Passage: 4. Transit passage and other passage rights; 5. Transit passage defined; Part IV. Allocation of Jurisdiction over the Right of Transit Passage and Archipelagic Sea Lanes Passage: 6. Sovereignty of states bordering straits and archipelagic states; 7. Limitations to the sovereignty of states bordering straits and archipelagic states: rights and duties of coastal states; 8. Duties of ships and aircraft in transit; 9. Striking a balance between the sovereignty of states bordering straits and the right of transit; Part V. International Co-operation for the Safety of Navigation and the Prevention, Reduction and Control of Pollution in Straits: 10. Preliminary remarks and genesis of Article 43 of the UNCLOS; 11. Scope of Article 43: interpretation and suggested implementation; 12. Co-operative schemes: the special case of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore; Part VI. Multiple Regimes for Straits?; 13. UNCLOS as general framework; 14. Marine Protected Areas; Part VII. Conclusion: 15. Straits and dispute settlement; 16. Transit passage and customary law; 17. Concluding remarks.