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On The Ninth Circuit's New Definition Of Piracy: Japanese Whalers V. The Sea Shepherd-Who Are The Real "Pirates" (I.E. Plunderers)?, Barry H. Dubner, Claudia Pastorius Jan 2014

On The Ninth Circuit's New Definition Of Piracy: Japanese Whalers V. The Sea Shepherd-Who Are The Real "Pirates" (I.E. Plunderers)?, Barry H. Dubner, Claudia Pastorius

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The United States, China, And Freedom Of Navigation In The South China Sea, James W. Houck, Nicole M. Anderson Jan 2014

The United States, China, And Freedom Of Navigation In The South China Sea, James W. Houck, Nicole M. Anderson

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The need for a uniform understanding of international norms regarding freedom of navigation is increasingly important as more States develop capacity to act in the international maritime realm. Nowhere is the issue of freedom of navigation more contentious, with more potential to spark wider conflict, than in the South China Sea (SCS). Both the United States and China profess an interest in the free navigation of commercial vessels in the region. Beyond commercial shipping, however, the two nations disagree on the important issue of freedom of navigation for military vessels. The United States believes all nations have wide latitude under ...


The M/V "Virginia G" (Panama/Guinea-Bissau). Case No. 19. 53 Ilm 1164 (2014). International Tribunal For The Law Of The Sea, April 14, 2014., Bernard H. Oxman, Vincent P. Cogliati-Bantz Jan 2014

The M/V "Virginia G" (Panama/Guinea-Bissau). Case No. 19. 53 Ilm 1164 (2014). International Tribunal For The Law Of The Sea, April 14, 2014., Bernard H. Oxman, Vincent P. Cogliati-Bantz

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