THE INTERNATIONAL LAW OF THE SEA: A CASE FOR A CUSTOMARY APPROACH
In the paper, consideration is given to the lack of progress of the Law of the Sea convention. The author, therefore, considers the diversity of perspectives and comments on them briefly. The major issues are described with a suggested policy for change for the United States in particular, and a more orderly approach to Law of the Sea development for the world, in general.
- Prepared in cooperation with South Carolina Univ., Columbia. School of Marine Science.
University of Rhode Island, KingstonLaw of the Sea Institue
Kingston, RI United States 02881
University of South Carolina, ColumbiaSchool of Marine Science
Columbia, SC United States 29208
Office of Naval ResearchDepartment of the Navy, 800 North Quincy Street
Arlington, VA United States 22217
National Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationSea Grant Program Office, 6010 Executive Boulevard
Rockville, MD United States 20852
- Hull, BWS
- Publication Date: 1976-4
- Pagination: 23 p.
- TRT Terms: International law; International trade; Jurisprudence and judicial processes; Laws; Maritime law; Meetings; Oceans; Policy; Territorial seas; Water; Water resources; Water rights; Waterways
- Geographic Terms: United States
- Old TRIS Terms: International shipping policies; Water law; Waterways (Transportation)
- Subject Areas: Law; Marine Transportation; Policy;
- Accession Number: 00143321
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: Occas Pap 30(76-1), NOAA-76051202
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Nov 17 1976 12:00AM