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Ocean Development & International Law - Volume 53, Issue 2-3 (2022)

Ocean Development & International Law – Volume 53, Issue 2-3 (2022)

Ocean Development & International Law - Volume 53, Issue 2-3 (2022)

Ocean Development & International Law

Volume 53, Issue 2-3 (2022)

ISSN: 0090-8320, Online ISSN: 1521-0642

Ocean Development and International Law is devoted to all aspects of international and comparative law and policy concerning the management of ocean use and activities. It focuses on the international aspects of ocean regulation, ocean affairs, and all forms of ocean utilization. The journal publishes high quality works of scholarship in such related disciplines as international law of the sea, comparative domestic ocean law, political science, marine economics, geography, shipping, the marine sciences, and ocean engineering and other sea-oriented technologies. Discussions of policy alternatives and factors relevant to policy are emphasized, as are contributions of a theoretical and methodological nature.


Toward Better Maritime Cooperation—A Proposal from the Chinese Perspective
Yen-Chiang Chang

The European Union as a Maritime Security Actor in the Gulf of Guinea: From Its Strategy and Action Plan to the New Concept of “Coordinated Maritime Presences”
José Manuel Sobrino-Heredia

The Legal Regime of the Strait of Hormuz and Attacks Against Oil Tankers: Law of the Sea and Law on the Use of Force Perspectives
Alexander Lott & Shin Kawagishi

A Comparative Analysis of the Legislation on Maritime Militia Between China and Vietnam
Haoran Cui & Yubing Shi

Transparency in the Process of Implementing Article 76 of the UNCLOS: Peering Inside
Sandrine W. de Herdt

An Advisory Opinion on Climate Change Obligations Under International Law: A Realistic Prospect?
Richard Barnes

An Appraisal of Article 300 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea
Hyun Jung Kim & Anne Thida Norodom

Geneva Declaration on Human Rights at Sea: An Endeavor to Connect Law of the Sea and International Human Rights Law
Natalie Klein

Resolving Maritime Delimitation Disputes by Agreement: The Danish–Polish Boundary in the Area of the Island of Bornholm
Marcin Kałduński

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