- Sofia Galani & Malcolm D. Evans, The interplay between maritime security and the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: help or hindrance?
- Christian Bueger & Timothy Edmunds, Beyond seablindness: a new agenda for maritime security studies
- Richard Barnes & Mercedes Rosello, Fisheries and maritime security: understanding and enhancing the connection
- Volker Roeben, High-end maritime security as legal argumentation
- Anna Petrig, The commission of maritime crimes with unmanned systems: an interpretive challenge for the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea
- Kara Chadwick, Unmanned maritime systems will shape the future of naval operations: is international law ready?
- Andrew Murdoch, Ships without nationality: interdiction on the high seas
- Sophia Kopela, Tackling maritime security threats from a port state’s perspective
- Keyuan Zou, Towards the Code of Conduct for the South China Sea: maritime security dimensions
Monday, May 18, 2020
Evans & Galani: Maritime Security and the Law of the Sea: Help or Hindrance?
Maritime Security and the Law of the Sea: Help or Hindrance? (Edward Elgar Publishing 2020). Contents include: