The Law of the Sea Convention and the Integrated Regulation of the Oceans

in The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law
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Abstract

This article explores the extent to which an integrated approach to oceans regulation is embodied within the Law of the Sea Convention, and how subsequent developments in international law and at a regional level have advanced this approach. By examining how integration operates normatively, spatially, sectorally, and temporally, as well as across intellectual disciplines and between multiple users, it suggests that considerable progress has been made in realising this fundamental goal. However, it also notes that until proper institutional support for integration is provided, we are unlikely to make more significant progress.

The Law of the Sea Convention and the Integrated Regulation of the Oceans

in The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law

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31 ILM 818 (1992).

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OJ L 164/19 25 June 2008.

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