Thursday, April 2, 2009

Hong & Van Dyke: Maritime Boundary Disputes, Settlement Processes, and the Law of the Sea

Seoung-Yong Hong & Jon M. Van Dyke have published Maritime Boundary Disputes, Settlement Processes, and the Law of the Sea (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 2009). Contents include:
  • Harry N. Scheiber & David D. Caron, Preface
  • Seoung-Yong Hong & Jon M. Van Dyke, Introduction
  • David D. Caron, Climate Change, Sea Level Rise and the Coming Uncertainty in Oceanic Boundaries: A Proposal to Avoid Conflict
  • Clive Schofield, The Trouble with Islands: The Definition and Role of Islands and Rocks in Maritime Boundary Delimitation
  • Jon M. Van Dyke, Disputes Over Islands and Maritime Boundaries in East Asia
  • Ji Guoxing, Sino-Japanese Jurisdictional Delimitation in East China Sea: Approaches to Dispute Settlement
  • Masahiro Miyoshi, Some Thoughts on Maritime Boundary Delimitation
  • Seokwoo Lee, Intertemporal Law, Recent Judgments and Territorial Disputes in Asia
  • Kentaro Serita, Some Legal Aspects of Territorial Disputes over Islands
  • Yann-huei Song, Okinotorishima: A “Rock” or an “Island”? Recent Maritime Boundary Controversy between Japan and Taiwan/China
  • Ted L. McDorman, Canada-U.S. International Ocean Law Relations in the North Pacific: Disputes, Agreements and Cooperation
  • Richard J. McLaughlin, Maritime Boundary Delimitation and Cooperative Management of Transboundary Hydrocarbons in the Ultra-Deepwaters of the Gulf of Mexico
  • Marcus Haward, The Law of the Sea Convention and the Antarctic Treaty System: Constraints or Complementarity?
  • Helmut Tuerk, The Contribution of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea to International Law
  • Bernard H. Oxman, The Tomimaru Case: Confiscation and Prompt Release