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Contemporary Issues of the Law of the Sea: Modern Russian Approaches

 

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Contemporary Issues of the Law of the Sea: Modern Russian Approaches


by A. A. Kovalev (Author)
W.E. Butler (Editor)
W.E. Butler (Translator)

 

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ISBN: 9789077596036

 

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Originally published in Russian, this book is the first major Russian treatise on the international law of the sea in the post-Soviet era. The book covers the legal status and legal regime of the sea expanses and follows their classification in the 1982 United Nations Convention. In addition, a separate section is devoted to the legal status of the Caspian Sea. The author analyzes in-depth the international legal norms regulating the preservation of the marine environment and concludes that a system of international cooperation is essential both in the sphere of navigation and economic exploitation of oceanic resources. Extensive attention is given to Russian practice. As Russia plays a central and influential role in world maritime policy, a book that specifically deals with Russian approaches in this field cannot fail to be of importance to anyone interested in the law of the sea.


 

ISBN 9077596038
ISBN13 9789077596036
Publisher Eleven International Publishing
Format Hardback
Publication date 31/10/2004
Pages 324
Weight (grammes) 737
Published in Netherlands
Height (mm) 160
Width (mm) 240