Friday, May 27, 2011

New Issue: Ocean Development & International Law

The latest issue of Ocean Development & International Law (Vol. 42, nos. 1 & 2, 2011) is out. Contents include:
  • Tore Henriksen & Geir Ulfstein, Maritime Delimitation in the Arctic: The Barents Sea Treaty
  • Kristin Bartenstein, The “Arctic Exception” in the Law of the Sea Convention: A Contribution to Safer Navigation in the Northwest Passage?
  • Xinjun Zhang, Why the 2008 Sino-Japanese Consensus on the East China Sea Has Stalled: Good Faith and Reciprocity Considerations in Interim Measures Pending a Maritime Boundary Delimitation
  • Tore Henriksen & Alf Håkon Hoel, Determining Allocation: From Paper to Practice in the Distribution of Fishing Rights Between Countries
  • David Leary & Miguel Esteban, Recent Developments in Offshore Renewable Energy in the Asia-Pacific Region
  • Torbjørn Pedersen, International Law and Politics in U.S. Policymaking: The United States and the Svalbard Dispute
  • A. Deidun, S. Borg, & A. Micallef, Making the Case for Marine Spatial Planning in the Maltese Islands
  • Adela Rey Aneiros, Spain, the European Union, and Canada: A New Phase in the Unstable Balance in the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries
  • Ian G. Brosnan, Thomas M. Leschine, & Edward L. Miles, Cooperation or Conflict in a Changing Arctic?