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Beyond Territorial Disputes In The South China Sea

Author: Robert C. Beckman
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1781955948
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'The book has been written by many highly qualified observers and academicians that have spent a lot of time observing and analyzing the recent developments in the South China Sea, particularly those relating to the dispute and way of overcoming them. I do hope that this publication will throw some light on such important matters and indicate possible roads to follow in solving the territorial disputes through joint development concept.' Hasjim Djalal, Director of Southeast Asian Studies, Jakarta, Indonesia This highly informative and up-to-date book brings together expert scholars in law of the sea to explore the legal and geopolitical aspects of the South China Sea disputes and provide an in-depth examination on the prospects of joint development in the South China Sea. The South China Sea has long been regarded as a source of conflict and tension in Asia. Underlying this conflict is the dispute between China, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei over the features in the South China Sea, as well as the resources in the surrounding waters. One viable solution is for the claimants to set aside their claims and jointly develop the hydrocarbon resources in the South China Sea. Unlike previous works, this book takes a unique approach by examining existing joint development arrangements in Asia to see if there are any 'lessons learnt' that may be applicable to the South China Sea. This approach has enabled the editors to move beyond a mere theoretical discussion on joint development and focus on the law, policy and practical issues related to joint development. Beyond Territorial Disputes in the South China Sea will strongly appeal to Government officials, policy-makers from ASEAN Countries, China and the United States, as well as academics, particularly those who are involved in legal scholarship on the South China Sea disputes. Practitioners of oil and gas law will also find much to benefit them in this book.

Power Law And Maritime Order In The South China Sea

Author: Tran Truong Thuy
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 1498512771
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With contributions from some of the most well-known scholars and knowledgeable insiders in the field of South China Sea studies, this book offers an array of views from international relations and legal perspectives that will help enrich the ongoing global discussion on conflict management and resolution in the South China Sea.

Joint Development Of Hydrocarbon Deposits In The Law Of The Sea

Author: Vasco Becker-Weinberg
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3662435705
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This book examines the concept and purpose of joint development agreements of offshore hydrocarbon deposits from the perspective of public international law and the law of the sea, taking into consideration and extensively reviewing State practice concerning seabed activities in disputed maritime areas and when hydrocarbon deposits extend across maritime boundaries. It distinguishes between agreements signed before and after the delimitation of maritime boundaries and analyzes the relevance of natural resources or unitization clauses included in maritime delimitation agreements. It also takes into consideration the relation between these resources and maritime delimitation and analyzes all the relevant international jurisprudence. Another innovative aspect of this book is that it examines the possibility of joint development of resources that lay between the continental shelf and the Area, considering both theoretical and practical problems. As such, the book is a useful tool for scholars and experts on public international law and the law of the sea, but also for national authorities and practitioners of international disputes resolution, as well as public and private entities working in the oil and gas industry.

The Continental Shelf Beyond 200 Nautical Miles

Author: Joanna Mossop
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0191078700
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Under the United Nations Law of the Sea Convention, States have sovereign rights over the resources of their continental shelf out to 200 nautical miles from the coast. Where the physical shelf extends beyond 200 nautical miles, States may exercise rights over those resources to the outer limits of the continental shelf. More than 80 States may be entitled to claim sovereign rights over their continental shelf where it extends beyond 200 nautical miles from their coast, and the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf is currently examining many of these claims. This book examines the nature of the rights and obligations of coastal States in this area, with a particular focus on the options for regulating activities on the extended continental shelf. Because the extended continental shelf lies below the high seas, the area poses unique legal challenges for coastal States that are different from those faced in respect of the shelf within 200 nautical miles. In addition, the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea imposes some specific obligations that coastal States must comply with in respect of the extended continental shelf. The book discusses the development of the concept of the extended continental shelf. It explores a range of issues facing the coastal State in regulating matters such as environmental protection, fishing, bioprospecting, exploitation of non-living resources and marine scientific research on the extended continental shelf. The book proposes a framework for navigating the intersection between the high seas and the extended continental shelf and minimising the potential for conflict between flag and coastal States.

The South China Sea Disputes And Law Of The Sea

Author: S. Jayakumar
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 178347727X
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South China Sea Disputes And Law Of The Sea explores in great detail the application of specific provisions of UNCLOS and how the framework of international law applies to the South China Sea. Offering a comprehensive analysis of the individual

Handbuch Vereinte Nationen

Author: Rüdiger Wolfrum
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3111601374
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"Eine V'er'offentlichung der Forschungsstelle der Deutschen Gesellschaft f'ur die Vereinten Nationen, Bonn/Berlin."

Die Deutschen Staatsgrenzen

Author: Daniel-Erasmus Khan
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
ISBN: 9783161484032
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English summary: It is not only historians, social scientists and geographers who are concerned with national boundaries. Since every state has its own territory, defining its limits has always been of great significance in international relations. It is therefore surprising that up to now there has not been an in-depth study of this subject as it pertains to German boundaries. In order to close this research gap, Daniel-Erasmus Khan makes use of legal science and academic disciplines bordering on this in his work. The author analyzes the legal and historical dimensions of the foundations of the Federal Republic of Germany which were partially laid in the Middle Ages and in addition gives a multifaceted picture of the legal systems pertaining to the various German boundaries. German description: Staatsgrenzen sind ein Phanomen, das nicht nur Historiker, Sozialwissenschaftler und Geographen angeht. Als konstituierendes Element (moderner) Staatlichkeit stellt die Grenze vielmehr auch ein genuin rechtswissenschaftliches Thema von eminent praktischer Bedeutung dar. Um so erstaunlicher ist es daher, dass eine monographische Behandlung der Grenzen des deutschen Staatsgebietes bisher nicht existiert. Mit weit mehr als nur fluchtigen Seitenblicken auf die benachbarten Wissenschaften unternimmt es Daniel-Erasmus Khan, diese Forschungslucke zu schliessen. Die teilweise bereits im Mittelalter gelegten Fundamente des raumlichen Umfangs der Bundesrepublik Deutschland werden nicht nur ganz allgemein in ihrer (verfassungs-)rechtshistorischen Dimension dargestellt und analysiert. Der Autor zeichnet vielmehr ein uber die engen Grenzen der Fachdisziplin hinausweisendes, facettenreiches Bild des Rechtsregimes aller Grenzen Deutschlands zu seinen neun Nachbarstaaten sowie gegenuber den staatsfreien Gebieten Luftraum, Meer und Erdinneres. Einen Schwerpunkt der Untersuchung stellt in diesem Zusammenhang die rechtliche Aufarbeitung derjenigen Grenzabschnitte dar, die noch heute vom Regelfall der linearen Grenzziehung abweichen bzw. Restbestande unklarer und verschrankter Rechtsverhaltnisse fruherer Jahrhunderte aufweisen. In einer uber die Territorialverschiebungen des letzten Jahrhunderts hinaus erweiterten rechtshistorischen Perspektive erweist sich schliesslich, dass jedenfalls von einem generellen Erosionsprozess des raumlichen Umfangs des Staatsgebietes Deutschlands bzw. seiner Territorien keine Rede sein kann, sondern dass das Rechtsregime der deutschen Aussengrenzen vielmehr ganz im Gegenteil durch ein erstaunlich hohes Mass an rechtshistorischer Kontinuitat und Stabilitat gekennzeichnet ist.