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The land and maritime boundary disputes of the Americas

Rongxing Guo

The land and maritime boundary disputes of the Americas

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Published by Nova Science Publishers in Hauppauge NY .
Written in English

  • America -- Boundary disputes

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementRongxing Guo.
    LC ClassificationsKZ3684.5.A45 G86 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23197932M
    ISBN 109781607416364
    LC Control Number2009013540

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THE INTERNATIONAL LAW OF MARITIME BOUNDARY DELIMITATION Edward Collins, Jr.* Martin A. Rogoff** L INTRODUCTION The law of the sea, in its essence, divides the seas into zones and specifies the rights and duties of states and ships flying their flags in those zones.

Prior tostates claimed only narrow territorial seaFile Size: 3MB. Numerous factors might (re)place, (re)activate, and (re)prioritize a resistant claim on a dyad's mutual agenda.

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Land Disputes and Development Customary land disputes are a growing problem in Solomon Islands, especially on Malaita where this study is focused. On-going land disputes have become a major obstacle to economic development, mainly in rural areas where the ownership of land is vested in the people through customary Size: 1MB.

MILANO & PAPANICOLOPULU, Territorial Disputes and State Responsibility on Land and at Sea 3 The first task we have endeavoured to accomplish is that of identifying the most important primary rules regulating the actions of States and the legal consequences deriving from breaches thereof.

We have identified four sets of relevant primary rules. My contribution to newly published The Oxford Handbook of the International Relations of Asia is a chapter on territorial and maritime boundary disputes in the region.

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