With advances in technology and maritime transport, human use of the ocean now extends beyond the traditional activities of navigation and fishing. Emerging activities such as bioprospecting, deep seabed mineral and hydrocarbon exploration and exploitation, offshore renewable energy developments and marine scientific probes of deep sea areas challenge the applicability of maritime law and policy in new ways. This handbook examines current regulatory and enforcement instruments and mechanisms for different sectors of maritime activity. Covering various jurisdictions, its specially commissioned chapters are authored by some of the worldas foremost authorities on maritime law, and offer unique perspectives on maritime law, policy and practice. This highly relevant collection is organised into four parts: ac International Law Considerations in Maritime Regulation and Enforcement ac Role of States and other International Actors in Maritime Regulation and Enforcement ac Regulation and Enforcement in Different Maritime Sectors ac Current Issues and Future Challenges This comprehensive reference work will be of interest to scholars and students of maritime law, practitioners and non-lawyers interested in the regulation of offshore areas, as well as policy-makers.11wOn the definition of armed robbery against ships see, International Maritime Organization (IMO), Assembly Resolution A.1025 (26), adopted on 2 December 2009 ... 15wK. von Hoesslin, Making sense of Somaliaa#39;s anarchic waters, Philippine Star Online, 25 March 2006. ... UNODC, 2010, at 193, available at http: //www.unodc.org/documents/data-and-analysis/tocta/ TOCTA_Report_2010_low_res.pdf.
|Title||:||Routledge Handbook of Maritime Regulation and Enforcement|
|Author||:||Robin Warner, Stuart Kaye|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2015-08-27|