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The Law of the Sea Convention : US accession and globalization / edited by Myron H. Nordquist [and others].

Contributor(s): Nordquist, Myron H | Moore, John Norton, 1937- | Soons, Alfred H. A | Kim, Hak-soMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Center for Oceans Law and Policy (Series) ; v. 15.Publication details: Leiden : Nijhoff, 2012. Description: 1 online resource (598 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789004202320; 9004202323; 1280569271; 9781280569272Subject(s): United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (1982 December 10) -- Congresses | United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (1982 December 10) | Law of the sea -- Congresses | Law of the sea -- United States -- Congresses | LAW -- International | Law of the sea | United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. | Congressen (vorm) Additional physical formats: Print version:: Law of the Sea Convention : US Accession and Globalization.DDC classification: 341.4/5 LOC classification: KZA1120.3 | .L395 2012Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; The University of Virginia Distinguished Lecture; The Law of the Sea and Ethical Maritime Order in Southeast Asia; Part I "United States Interests in Prompt Adherence to the Law of the Sea Convention"; Keynote Addresses; Statement by the Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; US Interests in Prompt Adherence to the Law of the Sea Convention; Remarks on the Law of the Sea Treaty; Remarks on the UN Law of the Sea Convention; The Sky is Falling or Is It? Dissection of the Gulf of Mexico "Macondo" Oil Spill.
Panel I: UNCLOS -- The Stakes for AmericaPanel I: UNCLOS -- The Stakes for America: Introduction by Ambassador Mary Beth West; Panel I: UNCLOS -- The Stakes for America by Ambassador David A. Balton; Panel I: UNCLOS -- The Stakes for America by Admiral Paul A. Yost, Jr.; Panel I: UNCLOS -- The Stakes for America by Margaret F. Spring; Panel I: UNCLOS -- The Stakes for America by Andrew Keller; Panel I: UNCLOS -- The Stakes for America by Michael J. Mattler; Panel II: Energy and Economic Development; Panel II: Energy and Economic Development by Paul L. Kelly.
Panel II: Energy and Economic Development by Admiral James D. WatkinsPanel II: US Los Ratification: A Potential Resource Bonanza for US Industry; Panel II: Energy and Economic Development: Powerpoint Presentations; Panel III: Submarine Cables -- Critical Infrastructure; Panel III: Submarine Cables -- Critical Infrastructure: Powerpoint Presentations; Panel IV: Protecting and Enhancing US National Security; Panel IV: Protecting and Enhancing US National Security; Panel IV: Protecting and Enhancing US National Security: The Reality of the Operational Aspects of UNCLOS.
Panel IV: Protecting and Enhancing US National SecurityPanel V: DEBATE: Resolved: The Senate Should Give Prompt Advice and Consent to the Law of the Sea Convention; Panel V -- DEBATE: Resolved: The Senate Should Give Prompt Advice and Consent to the Law of the Sea Convention; PRO: Opening Remarks -- Ambassador John Norton Moore; CON: Opening Remarks -- Steven Groves, Esq.; Part II "Globalization and the Law of the Sea"; Opening Remarks; Keynote Addresses; Post-Crisis Global Rebalancing; The United Nation's Role in Combatting Piracy and Terrorism at Sea.
The Role of ITLOS in the Settlement of Law of the Sea DisputesSome Reflections on the First Request to the Seabed Disputes Chamber for an Advisory Opinion; Appendix; Panel I: Global Trends in Commercial Shipping; Impact of Surging Ship-Owners' Liability and Compensation on P & I Insurance; New Developments in the Arctic: Protecting the Marine Environment from Increased Shipping; Climate Change and Shipping: Problems of Regime Compatibility; Panel II: Piracy and Terrorism; Maritime Terrorism and the Law of the Sea: Basic Principles and New Challenges.
Summary: The Law of the Sea Convention: US Accession and Globalization, provides valuable insight into a number of contemporary and pressing issues concerning the world's oceans and their management . Brought together at the 34th Annual Conference of the Center for Oceans Law and Policy, University of Virginia School of Law (COLP), Part l reports on the work of international experts which considers the impact of the lack of US participation in UNCLOS, evaluating topics such as energy and economic development as well as ramifications for U.S. national security and navigational rights. The second secti.
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Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; The University of Virginia Distinguished Lecture; The Law of the Sea and Ethical Maritime Order in Southeast Asia; Part I "United States Interests in Prompt Adherence to the Law of the Sea Convention"; Keynote Addresses; Statement by the Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; US Interests in Prompt Adherence to the Law of the Sea Convention; Remarks on the Law of the Sea Treaty; Remarks on the UN Law of the Sea Convention; The Sky is Falling or Is It? Dissection of the Gulf of Mexico "Macondo" Oil Spill.

Panel I: UNCLOS -- The Stakes for AmericaPanel I: UNCLOS -- The Stakes for America: Introduction by Ambassador Mary Beth West; Panel I: UNCLOS -- The Stakes for America by Ambassador David A. Balton; Panel I: UNCLOS -- The Stakes for America by Admiral Paul A. Yost, Jr.; Panel I: UNCLOS -- The Stakes for America by Margaret F. Spring; Panel I: UNCLOS -- The Stakes for America by Andrew Keller; Panel I: UNCLOS -- The Stakes for America by Michael J. Mattler; Panel II: Energy and Economic Development; Panel II: Energy and Economic Development by Paul L. Kelly.

Panel II: Energy and Economic Development by Admiral James D. WatkinsPanel II: US Los Ratification: A Potential Resource Bonanza for US Industry; Panel II: Energy and Economic Development: Powerpoint Presentations; Panel III: Submarine Cables -- Critical Infrastructure; Panel III: Submarine Cables -- Critical Infrastructure: Powerpoint Presentations; Panel IV: Protecting and Enhancing US National Security; Panel IV: Protecting and Enhancing US National Security; Panel IV: Protecting and Enhancing US National Security: The Reality of the Operational Aspects of UNCLOS.

Panel IV: Protecting and Enhancing US National SecurityPanel V: DEBATE: Resolved: The Senate Should Give Prompt Advice and Consent to the Law of the Sea Convention; Panel V -- DEBATE: Resolved: The Senate Should Give Prompt Advice and Consent to the Law of the Sea Convention; PRO: Opening Remarks -- Ambassador John Norton Moore; CON: Opening Remarks -- Steven Groves, Esq.; Part II "Globalization and the Law of the Sea"; Opening Remarks; Keynote Addresses; Post-Crisis Global Rebalancing; The United Nation's Role in Combatting Piracy and Terrorism at Sea.

The Role of ITLOS in the Settlement of Law of the Sea DisputesSome Reflections on the First Request to the Seabed Disputes Chamber for an Advisory Opinion; Appendix; Panel I: Global Trends in Commercial Shipping; Impact of Surging Ship-Owners' Liability and Compensation on P & I Insurance; New Developments in the Arctic: Protecting the Marine Environment from Increased Shipping; Climate Change and Shipping: Problems of Regime Compatibility; Panel II: Piracy and Terrorism; Maritime Terrorism and the Law of the Sea: Basic Principles and New Challenges.

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The Law of the Sea Convention: US Accession and Globalization, provides valuable insight into a number of contemporary and pressing issues concerning the world's oceans and their management . Brought together at the 34th Annual Conference of the Center for Oceans Law and Policy, University of Virginia School of Law (COLP), Part l reports on the work of international experts which considers the impact of the lack of US participation in UNCLOS, evaluating topics such as energy and economic development as well as ramifications for U.S. national security and navigational rights. The second secti.

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