Maritime Boundaries: World Boundaries Volume 5
Gerald H. Blake
Routledge, Jan 31, 2002 - Science - 192 pages
The global political map is undergoing a process of rapid change as former states disintegrate and new states emerge. At sea, boundary delimitation between coastal states is continuing unabated. These changes could pose a threat to world peace if they are not wisely negotiated and carefully managed. Maritime Boundaries presents a variety of cases illustrating the implications of recent approaches to maritime territorial juristiction.
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