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4 edition of Straits used for international navigation found in the catalog.

Straits used for international navigation

a Spanish perspective

by JoseМЃ Antonio de Yturriaga

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Published by Boston, Martinus Nijhoff in Dordrecht .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Spain
    • Subjects:
    • Straits.,
    • Territorial waters.,
    • Spain -- Foreign relations.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 345-362) and indexes.

      StatementJosé A. de Yturriaga.
      SeriesPublications on ocean development ;, v. 17
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJX4141 .Y78 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 372 p. ;
      Number of Pages372
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2030172M
      ISBN 100792311418
      LC Control Number91007530

      Get this from a library! The Law of the sea: straits used for international navigation: legislative history of part III of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.. [United Nations. Office for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea.; United Nations. Division for . The Oxford Monographs series already includes a number of significant contributions on important aspects of the law of the sea, among them the exclusive economic zone and the law of fisheries. Dr Jia's work on international straits provides a distinguished addition to the list. In his treatment of a fairly sensitive subject-matter, the writer has paid particular attention to the practice of.

      Preview this book» What people are The Definition of the Undefined Straits Used for International Navigation. The Standardised Catalogue of International Straits Presented in Part III of the United Nations Convention on. International Straits and the Right of Innocent Passage with No Possibility of Suspension. Proc. of Symposium on the Straits used for International Navigation, 16 Nov. , Istanbul ± Turkey THE SECURITY AND THE LEGAL ASPECTS OF TURKISH STRAITS Mesut Hakkı CAġIN Doğus University, International Relations Department, Turkey ABSTRACT During the last century, Turkish Straits witnessed two world wars and, following.

      Conventions. It deals with navigation in two distinct contexts. First, it examines freedom of navigation in the territorial sea and archipelagic waters. Three passage regimes are established in these waters: innocent passage, transit passage, pertaining to straits used for international navigation, and archipelagic sealanes passage. Normally, the rights of States situated along straits used for international navigation, such as Iran, and the rights of other nations to use the strait, such as the United States, are governed by the rules in UNCLOS. The treaty was adopted by a United Nations sponsored conference in after nine years of negotiation.


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Straits used for international navigation by JoseМЃ Antonio de Yturriaga Download PDF EPUB FB2

The second part of the book studies the legal norms set up by the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea concerning the regime of transit passage for maritime and air navigation applicable in most of the straits used for international navigation and the regime of innocent passage residually applied in the other straits.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Preface. Part One: Introduction. Definition of Straits Used for. The Straits used for International Navigation focuses on the International Straits in terms of legal regimes of the strait, safety and navigation through the straits and environmental issues of the strait examined with large international expert group.

The book is a compilation of various articles presented at the Symposium on the Straits used Author: Bayram Ozturk, Resat Ozkan. Major Straits of World: Sunda Strait. This strait connects Java sea to Indian Ocean and separates Java island of Indonesia with its Sumatra island. On either sides of this strait lies Cape Tua on Sumatra and Cape Pujat on Java island.

The eastern part of the straight is very shallow and depth is nearly 20 m only making it very difficult for. 3 Straits Used for International Navigation. Introduction; Development of the Regime of Transit Passage; The UN Convention on the Law of the Sea.

Straits subject to their own long-standing regime; Straits with high seas or EEZ corridors; Straits between mainland and an island; Dead-end straits. The Straits used for International Navigation focuses on the International Straits in terms of legal regimes of the strait, safety and navigation through the straits and environmental issues of the strait examined with Straits used for international navigation book international expert group.

The book is a compilation of various articles presented at the Symposium on the Straits used Format: Paperback. This book assesses the navigational regime established by the Convention, with emphasis given to the continuing importance of the freedom of the seas.

Navigation in the territorial sea and international straits is reviewed, especially in the Straits. Straits Used for International Navigation: Some Recent Developments Law, Economics and Politics: Trinidad and Tobago/Grenada Maritime Boundary Delimitation Regulation of High Seas Fisheries in the Northwest Atlantic, –Author: Tommy Koh.

After an introductory chapter concerning the definition of `Straits used for international navigation', the author examines in detail the evolution of the question in the years prior to the convening of UNCLOS-III, during the preparatory works of the Sea.

After an introductory chapter concerning the definition of 'Straits used for international navigation', the author examines in detail the evolution of the question in the years prior to the convening of UNCLOS-III, during the preparatory works of the Sea-Bed Committee & throughout the Conference.

The second part of the book studies the legal norms set up by the UN. The second part of the book studies the legal norms set up by the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea concerning the regime of transit passage for maritime and air navigation applicable in most of the straits used for international navigation and the regime of innocent passage residually applied in the other by: The importance of straits, particularly those used in international navigation, has been long recognized in international law.

One of the important debates during the Third United Nations Law of the Sea Conference concerned the regime of passage through straits used. The regime of innocent passage applies in straits used for international navigation (1) that connect a part of high seas or an exclusive economic zone with the territorial sea of coastal nation (Strait of Tiran, Strait of Juan de Fuca, Strait of Baltiysk) and (2) in straits formed by an island of a state bordering the strait and its mainland if.

This book analyzes the regime of navigation in historical relation to the United Nations Convention of the Law of Sea (UNCLOS) of 10 Decemberand then analyzes in detail the concept of international straits to arrive at a complete definition.

This work examines the eight categories of straits laid out in the UNCLOS. Straits used for international navigation Straits used for international navigation This three-volume Manual on International Maritime Law presents a systematic analysis of the history and contemporary development of international maritime law by leading contributors from across the : Alexandros X.M.

Ntovas. The importance of straits, particularly those used in international navigation, has been long recognized in international law. One of the important debates during the Third United Nations Law of the Sea Conference concerned the regime of passage through straits used in international navigation.

The result was the creation of a multi-tiered legal framework of passage that. Transit Passage Th rough International Straits through the waterway is innocent, passage of warships is permissible and the coastal State cannot require prior authorization. States in time of peace have a right to send their warships through straits used for international navigation between two parts of the high seas with.

This category may include: (1) straits that are within the territorial waters of two or more states and (2) straits that are international waters.

Subcategories. This category has the following 13 subcategories, out of 13 total. with international straits in the Convention on the Territorial Sea and. International Standard Book Number (isbn) Scopus Eid.

2-s used for international navigation was a landmark in the law of the sea. The. David H. Anderson, ‘ The Legal Regime of the Straits around Great Britain ’, in Bayram Öztürk and Reşat Özkan (eds.), The Proceedings of the Symposium on the Straits Used for International Navigation, 16–17 NovemberIstanbul (Turkish Marine Research Foundation, Istanbul, ), 20 – [Straits Symposium]Cited by: 2.

Straits Used for International Navigation Legislative History of Part III of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. Author: UN Publication date: January Page count: Language(s) in this book: English Sales number: VThis chapter describes the legal status of territorial sea, international straits, and archipelagic waters around a coastal State.

The author describes how territorial waters around a coastal State were debated (it now rest at twelve nautical miles), and how the sovereignty of these waters, the seabed under them, and the air space above them was ensured.

But the international law of straits applies only to more narrowly defined water spaces. The legal definition of straits regulated by international law is based on two elements: a geographical one—the nature of the bodies of water that they connect; and a functional one—their being used for international navigation, as explained below.