JOHNSTON, Douglas M., (ed.). MILES, Edward MUNRO, Gordon R. ALEXANDER, Lewis
Title: Regionalization of the Law of the Sea : Proceedings : Law of the Sea Institute Eleventh Annual Conference November 14-17, 1977 University of Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii.
Publisher:  Ballinger Publishing Company, Cambridge, Mass., 1978, ISBN:0884100758
Seller ID: 103474
JOHNSTON, Douglas M., (ed.). Regionalization of the Law of the Sea : Proceedings : Law of the Sea Institute, Eleventh Annual Conference, November 14-17, 1977, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii. Cambridge, Mass. : Ballinger Publishing Company, (1978). Pp (4),v-xx,1-346,(2). 8vo, brown simulated leather, gilt lettering to spine. "Concern for the environmental protectionand resource management of the seas has increased dramatically. Initially, it was believed that this concern could best be served with a single treat y to govern all the seas as one body. But as the problem has been scrutinized, it has become increasingly evident that such a solution might not be the most equitable in fact. As a result, a movement towards a system of more specialized, regional appproaches has arisen." (from the dj). Contents : Part I. - Regionalization and its Consequences at UNCLOS III. 1. Regionalism at Sea; Concept and Reality (by Lewis Alexander). 2. The Functions of Regionalism in the Emerging Law of the Sea as Reflected in the Informal Composite Negotiating Text (BY L.D.M. Nelson). 3. The Consequences of Regionalization in the Treaty and Customary Law of the Sea (BY Richard B. Bilder). Part II. - Regional Politics in the Management of Marine Resources. 4. Some Brief Considerations on a Caribbean Condominium (by André Rozental). 5. Regional Factors in Managing Marine Resources Atter the Third UN Conference on theLaw of the Sea: A European View (by Renate Platzoder). 6. External Aspects of the Fisheries Policy of the European Community (by Michael Hardy). 7. I nternal Aspects ot the Common Fisheries Policy of the European Community (by Albert W. Koers). Part III. - Regioiidi Ocean Management: How Feasible inthe Developing World? 8. Some Thougnts on Regional Marine Arrangements in the Developing World (by Gudmundar Eiriksson). 9. Regionalism and the Law of the Sea: New Aspects of Dominance and Dependency (by Barbara Johnson). Part IV. - Marine Resource Management in the North Pacific Rim. 10. Recent Developments in Marine Resource Diplomacy in the North Pacific Region (by Choon-ho Park). 11. Foreign Fisheries in the United States Zone, with Special Reference to the Northeastern Pacific Ocean (by Donald L. McKernan, Presented by William T. Burke). 12. Marine Resource Management in the North Pacific Rim and Problems of Environmental Protection (by D. James Kingham). Part V. - Problems of Ocean Management in Southeast Asia. 13. Elements of an Environmental Policy and Navigational Scheme for Southeast Asia, with Special Reference to the Straits of Malacca (by Mochtar Kusumaatmadja and Munadjal Danusaputro ). 14. Fishery Management Problems in Southeast Asia (by John CMarr). 15. Fishery Problems in Southeast Asia (by Francis T. Christy, Jr.) . Part VI. - Regional Ocean Managemen nt: Problems of Anthropology and Comparative Analysis. 16. Extended Fisheries Jurisdiction in a Regional Setting: Problems of Conflicting Goals and Interests (by Gordon R. Munro). 17. On the Unity of Regional Arrangements in the New Ocean Regime (by Edward L. Miles). Part VII. - Specific Policy Problems in Economic Zone Management. 18.Indonesia and the New Extensions of Coastal State Sovereignty and Jurisdic tion at Sea (by Hajim Djalal). Special Caucus : The South Pacific and the Law of the Sea. The South Pacific and the Law of the Sea, (by Joji Kotobalavu). Luncheon Meeting: Japan and the Law of the Sea (by Kazuomi Ouchi). Luncheon Meeting: A Congressional View of the Law of the Sea (by Yvonne Braithwaite-Burke). Banquet Address (by George Ariyoshi). Penned underlining and marginal notes on pp.xvii-21, 103-116, 255-272, name on flyleaf, light wear to cloth, else good in dustjacket with a short tear. 50.00