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Uncharted Waters: The Supreme Court Plots The Course To A Constitutional Bright-Line Restriction On Punitive Awards In Exxon Shipping Co. V. Baker, Michael L. Brooks 2010 University of Oklahoma College of Law

Uncharted Waters: The Supreme Court Plots The Course To A Constitutional Bright-Line Restriction On Punitive Awards In Exxon Shipping Co. V. Baker, Michael L. Brooks

Oklahoma Law Review

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Countering Persistent Contemporary Sea Piracy: Expanding Jurisdictional Regimes, Joseph M. Isanga 2010 Ave Maria School of Law

Countering Persistent Contemporary Sea Piracy: Expanding Jurisdictional Regimes, Joseph M. Isanga

American University Law Review

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Foreign Fishing Piracy Vs. Somalia Piracy – Does Wrong Equal Wrong?, Leticia M. Diaz, Barry Hart Dubner 2010 Barry University School of Law

Foreign Fishing Piracy Vs. Somalia Piracy – Does Wrong Equal Wrong?, Leticia M. Diaz, Barry Hart Dubner

Barry Law Review

This article is a sequel to the authors' last article, On the Evolution of the Law of International Sea Piracy, published in December 2009. That article attempted to illustrate the enormous problem of sea piracy off of Somalia. This article was inspired by the authors' attendance and participation at a two-day conference sponsored by the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. After the conference the authors were inspired to write this article, setting forth a view of why Somali piracy started and some of the problems created by these illegal acts.


Institutional Framework For Ocean Governance : A Way Forward, Mohd Khairul Tazril. Tarmizi 2010 World Maritime University

Institutional Framework For Ocean Governance : A Way Forward, Mohd Khairul Tazril. Tarmizi

World Maritime University Dissertations

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When Good Courts Go Wrong: A Critique Of The Supreme Court's Domestic Maritime Boundary Jurisprudence, Gayl S. Westerman 2010 Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University

When Good Courts Go Wrong: A Critique Of The Supreme Court's Domestic Maritime Boundary Jurisprudence, Gayl S. Westerman

Pace Law Faculty Publications

In addressing the concerns presented in the introduction, Part II of this article will argue that the Supreme Court and its Special Masters have misapplied the rules embodied in the 1958 Convention and UNCLOS in regard to the establishment of juridical bays, in every domestic maritime boundary case since 1965. Part III will criticize the approach taken by the Special Master and thereafter by the Court in the Alaska case, and will suggest the correct methodology to be applied in cases with complex coastlines, such as the Alexander Archipelago. Part IV will briefly suggest that U.S. policy on the ...


The Anthropocene, Autopoiesis And The Disingenuousness Of The Genuine Link: Addressing Enforcement Gaps In The Legal Regime For Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction, Rosemary Rayfuse 2009 Lund University

The Anthropocene, Autopoiesis And The Disingenuousness Of The Genuine Link: Addressing Enforcement Gaps In The Legal Regime For Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction, Rosemary Rayfuse

Rosemary Rayfuse

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Moving Beyond The Tragedy Of The Global Commons: The Grotian Legacy And The Future Of Sustainable Management Of The Biodiversity Of The High Seas, Rosemary Rayfuse 2009 Lund University

Moving Beyond The Tragedy Of The Global Commons: The Grotian Legacy And The Future Of Sustainable Management Of The Biodiversity Of The High Seas, Rosemary Rayfuse

Rosemary Rayfuse

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