Sunday, July 14, 2019

New Issue: Ocean Development & International Law

The latest issue of Ocean Development & International Law (Vol. 50, nos. 2-3, 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Hao Liu & Fabio Tronchetti, Regulating Near-Space Activities: Using the Precedent of the Exclusive Economic Zone as a Model?
  • Jeffrey Smith, International Law and Western Sahara’s Maritime Area
  • Henrik Ringbom, Regulating Autonomous Ships—Concepts, Challenges and Precedents
  • Zhen Lin, Jurisdiction Over Underwater Cultural Heritage in the EEZ and on the Continental Shelf: A Perspective From the Practice of States Bordering the South China Sea
  • Andreas Østhagen & Andreas Raspotnik, Why Is the European Union Challenging Norway Over Snow Crab? Svalbard, Special Interests, and Arctic Governance
  • Bingying Dong & Ling Zhu, Civil Liability and Compensation for Damage in Connection With the Carriage of Hazardous and Noxious Substances: Chinese Perspective
  • Ronan Long, The World Maritime University—Sasakawa Global Ocean Institute: A New Institute in a Unique University
  • Jianping Guo & Peng Wang, Due Diligence and Overlooked Evidence in the South China Sea Arbitration: A Note
  • Øystein Jensen, Defining Seaward Boundaries in a Domestic Context: Norway and the Svalbard Archipelago
  • Valentin J. Schatz & Dmytro Koval, Russia’s Annexation of Crimea and the Passage of Ships Through Kerch Strait: A Law of the Sea Perspective