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ContentsPreface IXAcknowledgements XIIIFeatured PapersConference Opening Remarks 3Jan EliassonThe United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: One of the Greatest Achievements in the International Rule of Law 5John Norton MooreOcean Affairs and the Law of the Sea at the unEvolutionary Character of International and European Law: Linking Sustainability with Environmental Responsibility and Marine Ecosystem Restoration under the European Union’s Ocean Governance Agenda 27Ronán LongThe Common Heritage of Mankind in the Proposed Implementing Agreement 72Dire TladiUpdate on the bbnj Negotiations 91J. Ashley RoachClimate Change and the Oceans: Navigating Legal Orders 124Karen N. ScottThe Area and the International Seabed AuthorityExploration and Exploitation of Ocean Mineral Resources: The Role of Sponsoring States 153Rena Leeunclos Article 82: A Review and the Hurdles to Implementation 165Wylie Spicer, Q.C. and Elizabeth McIsaacFostering Technological Change for Sustainable Harvesting of Ocean Mineral Resources in a Volatile Global Environment 180Kris Van NijenThe International Tribunal for the Law of the Seaitlos at Twenty: Reflections on Its Contribution to Dispute Settlement and the Rule of Law at Sea 189Jin-Hyun PaikThe Seabed Disputes Chamber: Moving Forward 210Frida M. Armas-PfirterMaritime Boundary Disputes and Compulsory Dispute Settlement: Recent Developments and Unresolved Issues 228Robert Beckman and Christine SimThe Commission on the Limits of the Continental ShelfSetting the Context: The Scientific Aspects of Article 76 253Larry Mayer and David MosherTowards Establishing a Stable Regime for Seabed Jurisdiction: The Role of the Commission 269Harald BrekkeRevisiting the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf: “A Technical Body in a Political World” 288Ted L. McDormanParagraph 5(a) of Annex i to the Rules of Procedure of the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf: Solution to a Problem or Problem without a Solution? 302Alex Oude ElferinkSustainable Fisheries, Including un Fish Stocks AgreementSustainable Fisheries: The Legal Regime of the 1995 United Nations Fish Stocks Agreement and Its Contribution to Subsequent Developments Promoting Sustainable Fisheries 325André TahindroOcean Governance for Sustainable Fisheries 370Stefaan DepypereThe Importance of Marine Science in Sustainable Fisheries: The Role of the 1995 un Fish Stocks Agreement 379Alf Håkon HoelOperational Implementation: Maritime Compliance and EnforcementAchieving Global Maritime Compliance through Regional Cooperation 399Admiral Charles D. Michel and Commander Scott HermanTurkey’s Maritime Compliance and Enforcement of International Law of the Sea, Particularly Irregular Migration in the Aegean Sea Region 409Hakan KaranOperating Unmanned Surface Vessels at Sea: Is International Law Ready for the Future? 424Anthony Morrison and Stuart KayeChina’s Maritime Law Enforcement Practice in the South China Sea: Challenges and Prospects 450WU ShicunIndex 461

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