Legal Regime of the Sea-Bed and the Developing Countries
Brill Archive, 1975 - 287 lappuses
On legal aspects of the administration of the wealth of the oceans; developments after the Continental Shelf Convention of 1958.
Lietotāju komentāri - Rakstīt atsauksmi
Ierastajās vietās neesam atraduši nevienu atsauksmi.
The Storehouse of Vast Resources
The Enclosed or the Marginal Seas
Metalliferous Brines and Muds
Limits of National Jurisdiction
Interests of the Developing Countries and
Preservation of Human Environment
International Law of Cooperation and Development
A/AC accepted according activities adjacent adopted agreement American Assembly August authority basis become benefit Boundary cent claims coast coastal common common heritage concept concerned Conference considered Continental Shelf continued Convention deep definition delegate depth developing countries draft economic effective established exclusive exploration and exploitation extended fact fisheries fishing freedom further geological Government Henkin high seas ibid important industrialized interests International Law Commission islands Issues land less limits limits of national living machinery mankind March marine means metres miles mineral narrow national jurisdiction natural resources navigation ocean floor organisms Outer pointed possible Powers practice present principle problems production proposed protection question reason recognized referred regard regime relating Report resolution rules Sea-Bed Committee Senate session sovereignty subsoil suggested technological term territorial sea territorial waters tion UN Doc United United Nations waters zone
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The 200 [two hundred] mile exclusive economic zone in the new law of the sea
Priekšskatījums nav pieejams - 1989