Monday, June 27, 2022

Inaugural Volume: ASCOMARE Yearbook on the Law of the Sea

The inaugural volume of the ASCOMARE Yearbook on the Law of the Sea (Vol. 1, 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Law of the Sea, Interpretation and Definitions
    • Ida Caracciolo, Unilateral Interests of States, Common Interests of States and Interests of Mankind: From Coexistence to Cooperation in the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea
    • Tullio Scovazzi, Some Remarks on Definitions in International Law of the Sea
    • Felicity G. Attard, Limitations on the Duty to Render Assistance at Sea under International Law
    • Marianthi Pappa & Chiara Pavesi, Protecting Non-State Actors’ Interests at Sea: Judicial Responses to the Silence of UNCLOS
    • Léna Kim, The Place of Economic Actors in the Law of the Sea through the Lens of Nationality
    • Ademun Ademun-Odeke, The Evolution, Nature and Application of ‘Private Ends’ in Piracy Definition
    • Arron Honniball, Exclusive ‘Jurisdiction’ on the High Seas Revisited: The Diverging Conceptualisation and Application of Article 92 of UNCLOS in The Enrica Lexie Incident Award
    • Henning Jessen, The Legal Understanding of the Term ‘Ship’ Under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)
    • Patrick Balsano, UNCLOS and the Unfortunate Oversight of Cartography
    • Frances Anggadi, The Meaning and Legal Significance of ‘Fringing Reefs’ in the LOSC, and Importance for Contemporary Challenges in the Law of the Sea
    • Pierandrea Leucci, Enforcing fishery legislation in the Exclusive Economic Zone of Non-Parties to UNCLOS: A Commentary to Article 73
    • Ilaria Vianello, Concluding Remarks