Item description for International Maritime Boundaries by Jonathan I. Charney & Lewis M. Alexander...
This book systematically studies all international maritime boundaries of the world. It contains the text of every modern maritime boundary agreement and descriptions of such boundaries that have been judicially established; a map illustrating each of those boundaries; a detailed analysis of each maritime boundary; papers by the experts examining the status of maritime boundary delimitations in each of ten regions of the world; and papers by other experts analyzing key issues in maritime boundary theory and practice from a global perspective. The book fills a major gap in the information and analyzes 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.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.25" Width: 6.5" Height: 9.5" Weight: 2.05 lbs.
Release Date Mar 25, 1998
ISBN 9041103457 ISBN13 9789041103451
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