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Author Hargrove, J.L.
Title New concepts in the law of the sea Type Journal Article
Year 1973 Publication Ocean Development & International Law Abbreviated Journal Ocean Development & International Law
Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages 5-12
Keywords law of the sea
Abstract Current ocean law negotiations reflect conflicts between two old and competing approaches: the view that the coastal state should control activities in any large adjacent ocean area, and the view that most of the ocean should be left open to the free use of all nations. Both approaches are laissez‐faire, leave the distribution of benefits to arbitrary factors, and are based on national exclusivity. In the negotiations this conflict is exhibited in competing claims regarding navigation, mineral resources, fishing, environmental protection, and strategic uses. A possible resolution has emerged in the concept of the whole ocean as a common resource of humankind, according to which no individual state has a right to benefit from the ocean except pursuant to arrangements sanctioned by the community, and rights to benefit are determined not arbitrarily but by membership in the community. The regime now likeliest to be produced by such an approach includes (1) a narrow territorial sea and various navigation guarantees, (2) a wide coastal band coupling coastal state managerial functions with permanent international prerogatives, and (3) purely international manage‐ment of the deep seabed.
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ISSN 0090-8320 ISBN Medium
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Author Hargrove, J.L.
Title New concepts in the law of the sea Type Journal Article
Year 1973 Publication Ocean Development & International Law Abbreviated Journal Ocean Development & International Law
Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages 5-12
Keywords law of the sea
Abstract Current ocean law negotiations reflect conflicts between two old and competing approaches: the view that the coastal state should control activities in any large adjacent ocean area, and the view that most of the ocean should be left open to the free use of all nations. Both approaches are laissez‐faire, leave the distribution of benefits to arbitrary factors, and are based on national exclusivity. In the negotiations this conflict is exhibited in competing claims regarding navigation, mineral resources, fishing, environmental protection, and strategic uses. A possible resolution has emerged in the concept of the whole ocean as a common resource of humankind, according to which no individual state has a right to benefit from the ocean except pursuant to arrangements sanctioned by the community, and rights to benefit are determined not arbitrarily but by membership in the community. The regime now likeliest to be produced by such an approach includes (1) a narrow territorial sea and various navigation guarantees, (2) a wide coastal band coupling coastal state managerial functions with permanent international prerogatives, and (3) purely international manage‐ment of the deep seabed.
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Publisher Place of Publication Editor
Language Summary Language Original Title
Series Editor Series Title Abbreviated Series Title
Series Volume Series Issue Edition
ISSN 0090-8320 ISBN Medium
Area Expedition Conference
Notes Approved no
Call Number refbase @ user @ Serial 31
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Year 2007 Publication Abbreviated Journal
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Author "Abry, E., Crouzet, P., Bernes, J. & Leger, J."
Title Les grands ecrivans de France : Moyen-Age; XVIe siecle; XVIIe siecle; XVIIIe siecle; XIXe siecle(1800-1850); XIXe siecle(1850-1900) Type Book Whole
Year 1934 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume 000056 Issue Pages
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Publisher "Henri Didier, Paris" Place of Publication Editor
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Call Number refbase @ user @ 490 Serial 33
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Author "Abry, E., Crouzet, P., Bernes, J. & Leger, J."
Title Les grands ecrivans de France : Moyen-Age; XVIe siecle; XVIIe siecle; XVIIIe siecle; XIXe siecle(1800-1850); XIXe siecle(1850-1900) Type Book Whole
Year 1934 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume 000074 Issue Pages
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Publisher "Henri Didier, Paris" Place of Publication Editor
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Notes Approved no
Call Number refbase @ user @ 496 Serial 34
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