Cover of: Ocean politics and law | James C. F. Wang

Ocean politics and law

an annotated bibliography
  • 243 Pages
  • 1.30 MB
  • English
Greenwood Press , New York
Law of the sea -- Bibliography., Marine resources conservation -- Law and legislation -- Bibliogr
StatementJames C.F. Wang.
SeriesBibliographies and indexes in law and political science,, no. 16
LC ClassificationsZ6464.M2 W36 1991, JX4411 W36 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 243 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1550489M
ISBN 10031327925X
LC Control Number91030202

A discussion of each topic is followed by a section on its significance, in which Wang, a professor of political science and author of Ocean Politics and Law: An Annotated Bibliography (Greenwood, ), expresses his own opinions and summarizes those of other scholars.

Numerous maps, figures, charts, and tables are included (not seen).Cited by: 5. Prepared alongside the Handbook on Ocean Politics and Law () published by Greenwood Press, this bibliography gives a succinct summary of the basic sources of information on the subject and then arranges entries into twelve chapters on the following subjects: the physical features of the world's oceans, international conferences on the uses of the oceans, development of international principles, Author: James C.

Wang. Handbook on Ocean Politics and Law. by James C.F. Wang. This comprehensive handbook provides background information and analysis on the full range of contemporary ocean use issues.

Covers the development of ocean law, the evolving uses of oceans, data on living and non-living ocean resources, the environmental impact of pollution, and.

The next two chapters survey the international conferences that have been held on ocean use and explore the historical development of international principles on the law of the sea.

Ocean resources and their economic and political management form the focus of the following four chapters, with separate chapters on living and non-living resources and deep seabed mining. Chapter One. Introduction in Law and Politics in Ocean Governance.

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The first United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS I) met in to begin discussions on these and other oceanic issues.

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Politics and the oceans > The oceans can only be protected if all stakeholder groups pull together. Good governance of the oceans therefore calls for participation from the local people directly affected and from the economic and policy spheres. National and international agreements are in place, enshrining comprehensive marine protection in law.

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Cambridge Core - Environmental Policy, Economics and Law - Climate Change and Ocean Governance - edited by Paul G. Harris. The opening chapter defines and instructs readers on the politics of oceans, attempting to explain how we evolved from "freedom of the seas" to "the law of the seas.

Summary: This one-volume research guide covers the most important scholarly literature to date on ocean policies, law, and public policy. The bibliography includes the major works on the subject for college, university, institutional and public libraries, and contains author and subject indexes.

The ocean and its inhabitants sketch and stretch our understandings of law in unexpected ways. Inspired by the blue turn in the social sciences and humanities, Blue Legalities explores how regulatory frameworks and governmental infrastructures are made, reworked, and contested in the oceans.

Its interdisciplinary contributors analyze topics that range from militarization and Maori cosmologies to. The book’s central focus is on the South China Sea (SCS) dispute, one of the most complex and challenging ocean-related conflicts in the world.

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