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The exercise of jurisdiction over vessels, new developments in the fields of pollution, fisheries, crimes at sea and trafficking of weapons of mass destruction, edited by Erik Franckx, Philippe Gautier

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The exercise of jurisdiction over vessels, new developments in the fields of pollution, fisheries, crimes at sea and trafficking of weapons of mass destruction, edited by Erik Franckx, Philippe Gautier
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Index
no index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
The exercise of jurisdiction over vessels
Oclc number
726820283
Responsibility statement
edited by Erik Franckx, Philippe Gautier
Sub title
new developments in the fields of pollution, fisheries, crimes at sea and trafficking of weapons of mass destruction
Table Of Contents
Jurisdiction over vessels in the areas of pollution and fisheries: general report / by Tullio Treves -- Canadian struggles with freedoms of navigation and fisheries: a short "legal cruise" / by David L. Vanderzwaag -- The exercise of jurisdiction over vessels: new developments in the sector of fisheries / by Serge Beslier -- The exercise of jurisdiction over vessels: legal issues raised by the relationship between CITES, FAO and the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea / by Erik Franckx -- Comments on flag state's responsibility, enforcement measures against IUU fishing activities and the settlement of disputes / by Philippe Gautier -- Underwater pollution by vessel noise: a European perspective / be Nele Matz-Lück -- Access to resources under European fisheries policy: an interplay between traditional and modern international law of the sea / by Koen van den Bossche -- Crimes at sea and trafficking of weapons of mass destruction: general report / be Bernard H. Oxman -- An American perspective on crimes at sea and trafficking of weapons of mass destruction / by J. Ashley Roach -- A European perspective on crimes at sea and trafficking of weapons of mass destruction / by David H. Anderson -- Unit self-defense at sea: views from the United States and the International Court of Justice / by John E. Noyes -- Conclusions / by Louis le Hardÿ de Beaulieu
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