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Series Editors: James Kraska and Myron H. Nordquist

Professors Kraska and Nordquist at the Stockton Center for International Law produce selected edited volumes on Oceans Law and Policy, which explore the most important aspects of oceans law and policy. Supporting research, education, and capacity building on legal and public policy issues relating to the oceans, their engagements with scholars, government officials and international organizations promote interdisciplinary interaction to develop oceans governance at all levels, addressing international, national, regional, and state issues.
This Series has been discontinued after publication of Volume 18.
The international straits of the world have generated intense demands and claims since the advent of seafaring and the early development of the Law of the Sea. Demands of access and control over these intense spaces continues to implicate the power and wealth of nations and all oceans users. The contemporary normative straits regime is a product of customary law, and specialized and general conventions. The regime regulates the rights and duties of coastal states and vessels over these potential chokepoints and, owing to new demands, it is under enhanced stress. The post-9-11 security environment and the resurgence of piracy have elevated the defense demands of maritime powers and coastal States. Non-state actors, including private armies, have acquired an enhanced capability to limit access to straits. Environmental concerns have created an added dimension of complexity to these narrow shipping lanes where coastal States increasingly demand additional regulatory measures such as mandatory pilotage and designation of PSSAs. The emergence from the current global financial crisis depends upon global trade including petroleum shipping. Most of that trade moves through the restricted ship operating areas of densely trafficked straits. Thus the public order of the oceans depends upon international straits for navigation, power and wealth. At no point in history has the erosion or reinforcement of straits norms been more critical for the world community.

This is the key moment to re-launch the series, The International Straits of the World. Books in the series will present (1) studies of individual geographic straits, and (2) studies of straits grouped by shared functions and problems. The re-launched series will revise or rewrite certain previously published books that merit more contemporary appraisal and add new straits studies.
This series of publications reproduces the pleadings in cases before the Tribunal as well as the minutes of the hearings and other relevant documents. The documents are reproduced only in the official language(s) of the Tribunal in which they were submitted to the Tribunal. The series started with ITLOS Pleadings, Minutes and Documents 1997, M/V "SAIGA" (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines v. Guinea), Prompt Release.

The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea is an international court with competence to settle disputes concerning the law of the sea. It is a central forum for the settlement of disputes relating to the interpretation and application of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.

Le Tribunal international du droit de la mer est une juridiction internationale qui a compétence en matière de règlement des différends relatifs au droit de la mer. Il est une instance centrale pour le règlement des différends relatifs à l’interprétation et à l’application de la Convention des Nations Unies sur le droit de la mer.

The Yearbook gives an account of the work of the Tribunal during the relevant calendar year. It presents information about the judges and the organization, jurisdiction, procedure, practice, finances and privileges and immunities of the Tribunal. A select bibliography of articles and books on the settlement of law of the sea disputes is also included.

The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea is an independent judicial body established by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea to adjudicate disputes arising out of the interpretation and application of the Convention. The Tribunal is open to States Parties to the Convention. It is also open to entities other than States Parties (States and international organizations non-parties to the Convention and natural or juridical persons) in cases provided for in the Convention or other agreements conferring jurisdiction on the Tribunal.
The Yearbook - Annuaire will give lawyers, scholars, students as well as the general public access to information about the jurisdiction, procedure and organization of the Tribunal and also about its composition and activities. The Yearbook is prepared by the Registry of the Tribunal. Until 2007, it was published in two separate volumes, English (Yearbook) and French (Annuaire). Since 2008, the Yearbook - Annuaire is published as a bilingual volume.

Le Tribunal international du droit de la mer est un organe judiciaire indépendant, créé par la Convention des Nations Unies sur le droit de la mer, pour connaître des différends relatifs à l’interprétation et l’application de la Convention. Le Tribunal est ouvert aux Etats Parties à la Convention. Il est également ouvert à des entités autres que les Etats Parties (Etats et organisations internationales non parties à la Convention et personnes physiques et morales) dans les cas prévus par la Convention ou par d’autres accords conférant compétence au Tribunal.
Le Yearbook - Annuaire met à la disposition des juristes, des universitaires, des étudiants, ainsi que du public dans son ensemble, les informations essentielles concernant la compétence, la procédure et l’organisation du Tribunal, ainsi que la composition et les activités de celui-ci. L’Annuaire est rédigé par le Greffe du Tribunal. Jusqu’à l’année 2007, il était publié sous la forme de deux volumes séparés, en anglais (Yearbook) et en français (Annuaire). Depuis 2008, le Yearbook - Annuaire est publié sous la forme d’un volume bilingue.

This is the ultimate guide to international maritime boundaries. Its unique practical features include:
- systematic, expert analysis of all international maritime boundaries, joint development zones and unitization agreements worldwide;
- comprehensive coverage, including the text of every modern maritime boundary treaty concluded from 1942 to 2010;
- analysis of maritime boundaries established by decision of the International Court of Justice and ad hoc tribunals;
- detailed maps depicting individual boundaries in their geographic context;
- detailed regional maps to accompany reports examining the status of maritime boundary delimitation in eleven regions of the world;
- expert essays on specific topics in the development of maritime boundary theory and practice; and
- a country-by-country index for – enhanced access to the contents of this six-volume series.

International Maritime Boundaries is an unmatched comprehensive reference for international state practice concerning maritime boundary delimitation, and is used and referenced widely by practitioners and scholars of international law.

International Maritime Boundaries is also available online.
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The ITLOS Yearbook 2022 provides information on the composition and organization of the Tribunal and reports on its judicial activities in 2022, in particular concerning Cases Nos. 28, 30 and 31. The Yearbook is prepared by the Registry of the Tribunal.

Le TIDM Annuaire 2022 fournit des informations sur la composition et l’organisation du Tribunal et rend compte des activités judiciaires de celui-ci au cours de l’année 2022, en particulier en ce qui concerne les affaires Nos. 28, 30 et 31. L’Annuaire est préparé par le Greffe du Tribunal.
What happens after a judgment is delivered by a tribunal constituted under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea? In this ground-breaking book, all the decisions issued by the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea or Annex VII arbitral tribunals are examined to determine what results transpired following the judgment or order. The authors consider what compliance means and whether it has been achieved in UNCLOS dispute settlement. We suggest what other outcomes have sometimes eventuated from UNCLOS dispute settlement and propose steps that may be taken to enhance judgment compliance.
This volume contains the texts of written pleadings and other documents from the proceedings in The M/T “Heroic Idun” Case (Marshall Islands v. Equatorial Guinea), Prompt Release. The documents are reproduced in their original language.
The Order of 15 November 2022 placing on record the discontinuance of the proceedings is published in the ITLOS Reports 2022-2023.

Le présent volume reproduit les pièces de la procédure écrite et d’autres documents relatifs à la procédure concernant L’affaire du navire « Heroic Idun » (Îles Marshall c. Guinée équatoriale), prompte mainlevée. Les documents sont publiés dans la langue originale utilisée.
L’ordonnance du 15 novembre 2022 prenant acte du désistement de l’instance est publiée dans le TIDM Recueil 2022-2023.
There are various environmental and legal challenges arising from offshore renewable energy activities which were not foreseen at the time of the negotiation of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). This book explores how UNCLOS has evolved to adapt to these new challenges through legal mechanisms and examines what gaps may remain and how they should be filled. The book highlights the process of normative reinforcement in the regulation of offshore renewable energy activities whilst maintaining the fundamental balance of interests between the coastal State and other States.