Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Andreone: The Future of the Law of the Sea

Gemma Andreone (Italian National Research Council - Institute of International Legal Studies) has published The Future of the Law of the Sea: Bridging Gaps Between National, Individual and Common Interests (Springer 2017). Contents include:
  • Sarra Sefrioui, Adapting to Sea Level Rise: A Law of the Sea Perspective
  • José Manuel Sobrino & Marta Sobrido, The Common Fisheries Policy: A Difficult Compromise Between Relative Stability and the Discard Ban
  • Gabriela A.Oanta, Some Recent Questions Regarding the European Union’s Public Access Fisheries Agreements
  • Marta Chantal Ribeiro, The Protection of Biodiversity in the Framework of the Common Fisheries Policy: What Room for the Shared Competence?
  • Emmanuella Doussis, Marine Scientific Research: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead
  • Kamrul Hossain & Kathleen Morris, Protecting Arctic Ocean Marine Biodiversity in the Area Beyond National Jurisdiction
  • Enrique J. Martínez Pérez, The Environmental Legal Framework for the Development of Blue Energy in Europe
  • Montserrat Abad Castelos, The Black Sea and Blue Energy: Challenges, Opportunities and the Role of the European Union
  • Giorgia Bevilacqua, Exploring the Ambiguity of Operation Sophia Between Military and Search and Rescue Activities
  • Jasenko Marin, Mišo Mudrić, & Robert Mikac, Private Maritime Security Contractors and Use of Lethal Force in Maritime Domain
  • Magne Frostad, United Nations Authorized Embargos and Maritime Interdiction: A Special Focus on Somalia
  • Pirjo Kleemola-Juntunen, The Right of Innocent Passage: The Challenge of the Proliferation Security Initiative and the Implications for the Territorial Waters of the Åland Islands