Security Issues and the Law of the Sea

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University Press of America, 1994 - Law - 382 pages
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Security issues are among the major neglected issues of ocean space. This book attempts to open the discussion of the legal and political aspects of these issues as they relate to the law of the sea. Contents: Introduction; Acknowledgements; Security Issues and the Law of the Sea: A General Framework; Security, Disarmament and the Law of the Sea; Law of the Sea and Anti-submarine Warfare: National Security versus Arms Control (co-authored with Peter Tarpgaard); Innocent, Transit and Archipelagic Sea Lanes Passage; Naval Weaponry and the Law of the Sea; Law of the Sea and Maritime Strategy (co-authored with Michael W. Roth); United States Interest in the Arctic Region; National Security Aspects of the United States Extension of the Territorial Sea to Twelve Nautical Miles; Security Issues in the North Pacific; Conclusion; Appendices; Index.

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A General Framework
1
Security Disarmament and the Law of the Sea
25
National Security
49
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David Larson is Professor of Political Science at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire.

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