Wednesday, May 20, 2015

New Issue: Ocean Development & International Law

The latest issue of Ocean Development & International Law (Vol. 46, no. 2, 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Regulating Private Maritime Security Providers
    • Carolin Liss & Patricia Schneider, Regulating Private Maritime Security Providers
    • Carolin Liss, (Re)Establishing Control? Flag State Regulation of Antipiracy PMSCs
    • Birgit Feldtmann, What Happens After the Defense? Considering “Post Incident” Obligations of Masters from the Perspective of International and Danish Law
    • Eugenio Cusumano & Stefano Ruzza, Contractors as a Second Best Option: The Italian Hybrid Approach to Maritime Security
    • Annina Bürgin & Patricia Schneider, Regulation of Private Maritime Security Companies in Germany and Spain: A Comparative Study
    • Joakim Berndtsson & Åse Gilje Østensen, The Scandinavian Approach to Private Maritime Security—A Regulatory Façade?
    • Renée de Nevers, State Interests and the Problem of Piracy: Comparing U.S. and UK Approaches to Maritime PMSCs