338 pages, no illustrations
Changing International Law of High Seas Fisheries examines the international law of high seas fisheries in the light of the negotiations of the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea, the State and international practice that followed and its influence on the 1995 Straddling Stocks Agreement. This Agreement and related developments are discussed in detail, particularly in terms of the interactions with the Exclusive Economic Zone and the introduction of environmental perspectives that have led to major conceptual changes in the legal approach to fisheries and practical solutions in the field.
1. Evolving principles and concepts of international law
2. The influence of the third United Nations conference on the law of the sea
3. Developing the international law options
4. Trends in contemporary international law and practice
5. The United Nations conference on straddling and highly migratory fish stocks
6. Conservation and management issues
7. Ecosystem management and legal interactions between national jurisdiction and the high seas
8. International cooperation for conservation and management
9. Compliance and enforcement
10. Effecting dispute settlement
Conclusion: reconciling freedom of fishing and conservation
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