New Issue: The international journal of marine and coastal law, n. 3/2014

pubilIn this issue:

Defining eez Claims from Islands: A Potential South China Sea Change
Authors: Robert C. Beckman and Clive H. Schofield
pp.: 193–243 (51)
The Arctic Sunrise Incident: A Multi-faceted Law of the Sea Case with a Human Rights Dimension
Author: Alex G. Oude Elferink
pp.: 244–289 (46)
Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing on the High Seas: The Port State Measures Agreement in Context
Author: Emma Witbooi
pp.: 290–320 (31)
Bioprospecting in the High Seas: Existing Rights and Obligations in View of a New Legal Regime for Marine Areas beyond National Jurisdiction
Authors: Ane Jørem and Morten Walløe Tvedt
pp.: 321–343 (23)
Full Access The Sargasso Sea
Authors: David Freestone and Kate Killerlain Morrison
pp.: 345–362 (18)
South Africa
Author: Stephen Bouwhuis
pp.: 363–372 (10)
Books Received
pp.: 373–373 (1)
Book review: UNCLOS and Ocean Dispute Settlement: Law and Politics in the South China Sea, written by Nong Hong
Author: Sophia Kopela
pp.: 375–379 (5)

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