Regulation on Navigation of Foreign Vessels: Asia-Pacific State Practice focuses on one of the most contentious and diverse subject areas of the international law of the sea: foreign vessel rights of navigation in national waters. Featuring contributions from leading scholars in the law of the sea, the book is organized in four parts in accordance with the geography of the Asia-Pacific region: Northeast Asia; Southeast Asia; North America; and Australasia. The volume examines the divergence and uniformity of state practice and legal cultures impacting the legislation concerning oceans and ocean activities.
Ted L. McDorman is a Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He has written widely on ocean law and policy issues. Since 2000, he has been editor-in-chief of
Ocean Development and International Law.
Keyuan Zou is Harris Professor of International Law, and Director of the Institute of International & Comparative Law, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom.
Seokwoo LEE is Professor of International Law, Inha University Law School, Korea. He is co-editor-in-chief of
Asia-Pacific Journal of Ocean Law and Policy and
Asian Yearbook of International Law, and executive editor of
Korean Journal of International and Comparative Law.