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In Establishing Continental Shelf Limits Beyond 200 Nautical Miles by the Coastal State: A Right of Involvement for Other States?, Signe Veierud Busch undertakes a study of all coastal State submissions to the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf and asks under which circumstances and to what extent States other than the coastal State may intervene in the process of establishing final and binding continental shelf limits.

After analysing relevant provisions in the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and the Commission’s Rules of Procedure compared with the practice of States and the Commission, Busch raises the overall question if the possibility for other States to block the work of the Commission may in fact be undermining the mandate and functions of the Commission.
In: Establishing Continental Shelf Limits Beyond 200 Nautical Miles by the Coastal State
In: Establishing Continental Shelf Limits Beyond 200 Nautical Miles by the Coastal State
In: Establishing Continental Shelf Limits Beyond 200 Nautical Miles by the Coastal State
In: Establishing Continental Shelf Limits Beyond 200 Nautical Miles by the Coastal State
In: Establishing Continental Shelf Limits Beyond 200 Nautical Miles by the Coastal State
In: Establishing Continental Shelf Limits Beyond 200 Nautical Miles by the Coastal State
In: Establishing Continental Shelf Limits Beyond 200 Nautical Miles by the Coastal State
In: Establishing Continental Shelf Limits Beyond 200 Nautical Miles by the Coastal State