Cases on Law of the Sea
This four-volume set contains cases from 1800-1920, arranged in chronological order. Areas covered include territorial seas, archipelagoes, bays and gulfs, islands, straits, fishery rights and limits, contiguous zones, continental shelves, high seas and ships.
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