This is the ultimate guide to international maritime boundaries. Its unique practical features include
- systematic examination of all international maritime boundaries worldwide;
- comprehensive coverage, including the text of every modern boundary agreement;
- descriptions of judicially-established boundaries;
- maps and detailed analyses of those boundaries;
- expert papers examining the status of maritime boundary delimitations in each of the ten regions of the world;
- papers from a global perspective analyzing key issues in maritime boundary theory and practice; and
- a cumulative index for volumes I - V.
These features make
International Maritime Boundaries an unmatched comprehensive, accessible resource in the field.
Co-publication with The American Society of International Law.
In conclusion, as was also noted in the review of Volume IV of International Maritime Boundaries
in this same journal, the series remains a basic research tool for lawyers, geographers, political scientists and others interested in the comparative research of maritime boundaries. Volume V, is another welcome addition to the series.' Alex G. Oude Elfererink,
Netherlands International Law Review, 2006. '
This is the fifth volume of International Maritime Boundaries
, the product of the continuing Maritime Boundary Project of the American Society of International Law. The five volumes are the definitive analytic work on maritime boundary agreements. The regional maps are of particular value in getting a picture of the situation in each region.' Ted L. McDorman,
Ocean Development & International Law, 2005.
“It is, of course, impossible to analyze new treaties without putting them in historical and geographical context – and so these authors do just that, and in a manner that makes this work an excellent port of call before steaming off to grapple with the complexities of a new problem.” Jan Paulsson,
The American Journal of International Law, Volume 100 Volumes I-II: Winner of the
ASIL Certificate of Merit 1994.
II. Essays on Developments in International Maritime Boundary Practice,
David Anderson: Developments in Maritime Boundary Law and Practice,
Barbara Kwiatkowska: Resource, Navigational and Environmental Factors in Equitable Maritime Boundary Delimitation,
Victor Prescott/Gillian Triggs: Islands and Rocks and their Role in Maritime Delimitation,
Don McRae/Cisse Yacouba: The Legal Regime of Maritime Boundary Agreements,
Coalter Lathrop: Tripoint Issues in Maritime Boundary Delimitation,
Nuno Antunes: Some Thoughts on the Technical Input in Maritime Delimitation,
III. Regional Reports (each regional report has an accompanying map), North America:
David A. Colson and Robert W. Smith, Middle America/Caribbean:
Carl Dundas, South America:
David A. Colson and Robert W. Smith, Africa:
Tim Daniel, Central Pacific, East Asia, Southeast Asia:
Ted McDorman, Indian Ocean:
Victor Prescott, Red Sea/Persian Gulf:
Chris Carleton, Mediterranean/Black Sea:
Tullio Scovazzi, Northern and Western Europe:
Michael Wood, Baltic:
Erik Franckx, Caspian:
Robert Smith/Ashley Roach,
IV. Boundary Reports,
V. Tables/Indexes, Country-by-Country Index: