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Académie de Droit International de la Ha

The Academy is an institution for the study and teaching of Public and Private International Law and related subjects. Its purpose is to encourage a thorough and impartial examination of the problems arising from international relations in the field of law. The courses deal with the theoretical and practical aspects of the subject, including legislation and case law.
All courses at the Academy are, in principle, published in the language in which they were delivered in the Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law.
This volume contains:
• Le droit international à la recherche de ses valeurs: paix, développement, deémocratisation (conférence inaugurale) par B. BOUTROS-GHALI, membre du Curatorium de l'Académie; secrétaire général de la Francophonie, Paris.
• The Evolution of International Law of the Sea: New Issues, New Challenges by T. SCOVAZZI, Professor at the University of Milan-Bicocca.
• Capital Markets and Conflict of Laws by H. KRONKE, Professor at the Institute of Foreign and International Private and Economic Law, Heidelberg.

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David Freestone and Gerard J. Mangone

" have not been realized, the dynamic economic growth of Southeast Asia, the emergence of a free market in an independent China, the increasing democratization of Latin America, and above all the disintegration of the Soviet Union have put a new cast on international negotiations. In particular, the end

Taiwan

Comparison of Law of the Sea Approaches between 2012–2016 and 2016–2018: Implementation of the Ocean Affairs Council, Strict Regulation of Distant Water Fisheries Agency, and Progress on Marine Spatial Planning

Chi-Ting Tsai and Chi-Hsin Yi

2019. 4 Legal Basis for Spatial Planning of Land and Sea Traditionally, the concept of territorial planning in Taiwan only contains the governance of the land. In fact, during the 20 years after Taiwan’s democratization since 1990, there were only two basic maritime areas law: the Law on the

Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg

the massive proliferation of all kinds of weapons, from small arms to nuclear, chemical and biological weapons (weapons of mass destruc- tion). This combined with the rather underdeveloped democratisation of still the majority of states will, not rarely, lead to their employment. Finally, the use of

Jan P. Pronk

of the world situation." Recent developments in the fields of democratization, market orientation, globalization, and economic dualism also call for a dy- namic approach. I am fully confident that Pacem in Maribus will add an extra dimension to this dynamic approach. I wish you therefore a fruitful

Anton Vratuša

countries, including those of the southern coast of the Mediterranean Sea, in common European affairs were continuously exercised by Malta. However, a genuine breakthrough did not occur until Mikhail Gor- bachev in the USSR initiated perestroika, a radical course of democratization and decentralization, in

government and private enterprises where such exist, so as to encourage and facilitate their contribution to the formation and im- plementation of sound marine scientific research policies. There must be the widest possible participation (democratization) in policy making. Implicit in many of the comments

Elisabeth Mann Borgese

can actively engage), to the exclusion of genuine international operations in which developing countries could participate more fully. There is, however, in many of the organizations involved, an unambiguous trend toward restructuring: toward enlarging their membership, democratizing their decision

Elisabeth Mann Borgese and Krishan Saigal

, democratization, self-management, gender equity, cooperation with local communities and governments rather than confrontation-all this may better respond to the present stage of the industrial and technological revolution, including the information revolution, than the previous authoritarian and sectoral

Richard Hasler

umbrella of local gov- ernment. Such a regime is starting to take place in South Africa. Multitiered comanagement is emerging from the democratization process. Examples include the setting up of forums under the RDP, the provincial and national fisheries forums set up under the fishing policy process, and