International Maritime Security Law

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Apr 19, 2013 - Law - 968 pages
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International Maritime Security Law, by James Kraska and Raul Pedrozo, defines an emerging interdisciplinary field of law and policy comprised of norms, legal regimes, and rules to address today's hybrid threats to the global order of the oceans
 

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Contents

One Introduction to Maritime Security Law
1
Two American Maritime Security Policy and Strategy
25
Three European Maritime Strategy and Policy
47
Four Peacetime Zones and Control Measures
75
Five Marine Environmental Protection and Control Measures
113
Six US Safety and Security Zones and Airspace Control Measures
155
Seven Sea Power Grand Strategy and Freedom of the Seas
185
Eight Freedom of Navigation in the Law of the Sea
215
Fourteen Ship and Ship Operator Security
467
Fifteen Global Authorities to Counter Drug Trafficking
519
Sixteen Regional Authorities to Counter Drug Trafficking
555
Seventeen US Maritime Counterdrug Law
587
Eighteen US International Maritime Counterdrug Policy
627
Nineteen Migrant Smuggling at Sea
657
Twenty Maritime Piracy and Armed Robbery at Sea
691
TwentyOne Maritime Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction at Sea
739

Territorial Seas Straits and Archipelagos
243
Ten Security Claims in the Exclusive Economic Zone
277
South China Sea
313
Twelve Securing the Marine Transportation System
355
Thirteen Port and Port Facility Security
411
TwentyTwo Commentary for the Convention on the Suppressionof Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation
801
TwentyThree Irregular Naval Warfare and Blockade
859
TwentyFour Security Council Maritime Enforcement
903
Index
923
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