Volumes I and II
Band: 1, 2172 Seiten, Gebunden, Book, Format (B × H): 160 mm x 240 mm, Gewicht: 3521 g
Reihe: International Maritime Boundar
Verlag: SPRINGER NATURE
Charney / Alexander / Charney International Maritime Boundaries
the text of every modern maritime boundary agreement and descriptions of such boundaries that have been judicially established;
The book fills a major gap in the information and analyses available to persons interested in the subject. For the operator in the field it comprehensively collects official descriptions of the existing boundary lines; explains how the existing boundary lines were generated, and identifies the problems that remain in regard to the existing lines; and identifies the boundaries that are not yet established and, in some cases, why.
For the diplomat and technical personnel assisting efforts to resolve other maritime boundaries, the book provides comprehensive information on the techniques used by others in the past, and analyzes their problems and successes.
For the international lawyer, judge, and academician, the book analyzes the current practices, trends, and issues that will contribute to the customary and conventional international law and theory on the subject. For the geographer, the book is essential to an understanding of the partitioning of ocean space and the transboundary issues associated with ocean uses.
Weitere Infos & Material
Preface, Contributors, Glossary of Terms, References, Introduction and Conclusions, Jonathan I. Charney, Global Analyses, I. Political, Strategic, and Historical Considerations, Bernard H. Oxman, II. The Legal Regime of Maritime Boundary Agreements, David Colson, III. Economic and Environmental Considerations in Maritime Boundary Delimitations, Barbara Kwiatkowska, IV. Geographic Considerations in Maritime Delimitation, Prosper Weil, V. Islands, Rocks, Reefs, and Low-Tide Elevations in Maritime Boundaries, Derek Bowett, VI. Baseline Considerations, Louis B. Sohn, VII. The Use of Geophysical Factors in the Delimitation of Maritime Boundaries, Keith Highet, VIII. Method, Oppositeness and Adjacency, and Proportionality in Maritime Boundary Delimitation, Leonard Legault and Blair Hankey, IX. Technical Considerations in Maritime Boundary Delimitations, Peter Beazley, Regional Analyses, Region I. North American Maritime Boundaries, Lewis M. Alexander, Region II. Middle American and Caribbean Maritime Boundaries, Kaldone G. Nweihed, Region III. South American Maritime Boundaries, Eduardo Jimenez de Arechaga, Region IV. African Maritime Boundaries, Andronico 0. Adede, Region V. Central Pacific and East Asian Maritime Boundaries, Choon-Ho Park, Region VI. Indian Ocean and South East Asian Maritime Boundaries, J.R. Victor Prescott, Region VII. Persian Gulf Maritime Boundaries, Lewis M. Alexander, Region VIII. Mediterranean and Black Sea Maritime Boundaries, Tullio Scovazzi, Region IX. Northern and Western European Maritime Boundaries, D.H. Anderson, Region X. Baltic Sea Maritime Boundaries, Erik Franckx, Maritime Boundary Reports and Documents, I. North America, II. Middle America/The Caribbean, III. South America, IV. Africa, V. Central Pacific/East Asia.
Maritime Boundary Reports and Documents, VI. Indian Ocean/South East Asia, VII. Persian Gulf, VIII. Mediterranean/Black Sea, IX. Northern and Western Europe, X. Baltic Sea, Index.