The UK, US and Australia have announced a historic security pact in the Asia-Pacific, in what's seen as an effort to counter China. Experts say the AUKUS Agreement signals a paradigm shift in strategy and policy across the region.
Will the Indo-Pacific become the next battlefield for US-China rivalry, where tensions in the South China Sea are still smouldering? How will China cope with the US ‘free and open Indo-Pacific’ (FOIP) strategy?
Johansen, E., Busch, S. and Jakobsen, I.U. (eds.), The Law of the Sea and Climate Change: Solutions and Constraints, 2021
Our oceans are suffering under the impacts of climate change. Despite the critical role that oceans play in climate regulation, international climate law and the law of the sea are developed as two different, largely separate, legal regimes.
The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) plays a central role as a dispute settlement mechanism for the international law of the sea. This book provides a unique insight into its inner workings exploring both its limitations and its unutilized potentials.
This book analyzes and discusses the sovereignty of the Nansha Islands, combining legal and historical perspectives, traditional international law theories, and empirical studies based on an extensive body of historical maps from around the globe to do so.
Jensen, Ø.(ed.), The Development of the Law of the Sea Convention: the Role of International Courts and Tribunals, 2020
The UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) entered into force in November 1994.
This textbook explores the subject from the perspective of public international law, covering all the key topics from the legal regimes governing the different jurisdictional zones, to international cooperation for protection of the marine
Zacharias, M. and Ardron, J., Marine Policy: Introduction to Governance and International Law of the Oceans, Second edition, 2020
The health of marine environments worldwide is steadily declining, and these trends have been widely reported.
This book provides valuable insights into various contemporary issues in public and private maritime law, including interdisciplinary aspects. The public law topics addressed include public international law and law of the sea, while a variety of private law topics are explored, e.g.
PPL Twitter List: Law of the Sea: international law, news, people and events. A curated group of Twitter accounts, click twitter.com/PeacePalaceLib/lists/law-of-the-sea.