International Control of Sea Resources

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Mar 17, 1989 - Law - 215 pages
This book provides, for the first time in a single publication, a collection of basic documents relating to the international law of nuclear energy. The series of introductions facilitate the understanding of the documents & their context. They embrace the four concerns associated with the safe & peaceful use of nuclear energy, i.e. to ensure: that nuclear energy is used in conformity with basic safety standards; that nuclear material & nuclear facilities are protected against theft & sabotage; that nuclear facilities are not subject to attack during armed conflict; & that nuclear material & facilities are not used for military purposes. The book is an invaluable reference work for all those working in the field of international nuclear law & the regulation of the use of nuclear energy as well as for teachers & students of law.
 

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Contents

Introduction
xiii
Abbreviations xxxvi
10
Conservation of Marine Resources and a New Concept
56
Lex Ferenda of Conservation of Marine Resources as Proposed
82
The Results of the Geneva Conferences with Respect
97
Conclusion
136
International Law of Submarine Lands
147
Problems Arising from the Ambiguity of the Concept
160
Doctrines of Sedentary Fishery
181
Erroneous Concepts Proposed by the International
187
Bibliography
198
Index
209
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