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Legal challenges in maritime security

University of Virginia. Center for Oceans Law and Policy. Conference

Legal challenges in maritime security

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Published by Martinus Nijhoff Publishers in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Offenses against public safety -- Congresses,
  • Security, International -- Congresses,
  • Law of the sea -- Congresses,
  • Maritime law -- Criminal provisions -- Congresses,
  • Maritime terrorism -- Prevention -- Congresses,
  • Piracy -- Prevention -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Myron H. Nordquist, Rudiger Wolfrum, John Norton Moore and Ronan Long.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesCenter for Oceans Law and Policy (series) -- 12
    ContributionsNordquist, Myron H., University of Virginia. Center for Oceans Law and Policy.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK5250.A6 .U96 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16899934M
    ISBN 109789004164277
    LC Control Number2008022924

    “Maritime Security” is a responsibility, which has no clear definitions when it comes to Maritime Security Operations: it is a governmental responsibility, but the authority to act on behalf of a state is a sovereign deci-sion with different options. This has a strong influence on Maritime Collaboration. It File Size: KB.   II Contemporary Challenges to the Freedom of the High Seas and Maritime Interception 4. A Terrorism and WMD 4. B Drug Trafficking 6. C Illicit Migration 8. D Piracy and Armed Robbery at Sea E IUU Fishing F Are They All 'Threats to Maritime Security'? III The Outline of the Book 15Pages:   This book provides a nice overview of the current state of the legislation on the fight against maritime piracy. The book has a strong legal focus and is very interesting for lawyers, attorneys and legal scholars. current regimes have proved to be ill-suited to address the globalized maritime challenges of today. maritime security has.


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Legal challenges in maritime security by University of Virginia. Center for Oceans Law and Policy. Conference Download PDF EPUB FB2

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This volume provides in-depth analysis of current international and regional approaches to maritime security, cargo, port and supply chain security, maritime information sharing and capacity Cited by: 6. Legal Challenges in Maritime Security Law.

Book December defining the legal-policy and governance frameworks needed to optimize the effectiveness of the different restoration. Exploring everything from contemporary challenges to ocean security this book offers detailed insights into the increasing activities of state and non-state actors at sea.

Chapters revisit the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (LOSC), highlighting how not all maritime security threats can be addressed by this, and further looking.

KEYNOTE ADDRESS Keynotes on the Subject ‘Legal Challenges in Maritime Security’ KEYNOTE ADDRESS Mare Liberum and Maritime Security: Contradiction or Complement. Security at Sea: Legal Restraints or Lack of Political Will?Comments on the Keynote Address by Admiral HochAuthor: Rear Admiral William Baumgartner.

This book sets out to provide an introduction into the key issues of pertinence in Maritime Security today. It demonstrates why the sea is a space of great strategic importance, and how threats to security at sea have a real impact for people around the world.

This book addresses a wide range of contemporary operational maritime law issues across the spectrum of operations. It provides sophisticated analyses and insights, and offers new interpretations of topics that are directly relevant for contemporary naval book examines unresolved legal issues in order to provide guidelines for conducting maritime operations, and also offers.

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Global Challenges in Maritime Security An Introduction. Editors (view affiliations) Lisa Otto; Book. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xvi. PDF. Introducing Maritime Security: The Sea as a Geostrategic Space. Lisa Otto. Pages Oceans and Blue Economies. Ken P. Findlay. Pages   Maritime Security and the Law of the Sea examines the rights and duties of states across a broad spectrum of Legal challenges in maritime security book security threats.

It provides comprehensive coverage of the different dimensions of maritime security in order to assess how responses to maritime security concerns are and should be shaping the law of the sea.

The discussion sets out the rules regulating passage of military Reviews: 1. Get this from a library. Legal challenges in maritime security. [Myron H Nordquist; University of Virginia.

Center for Oceans Law and Policy. Conference; University of Virginia. Center for Oceans Law and Policy.] -- Maritime security is a major challenge for the international community that cuts across a broad spectrum of scholarly disciplines and maritime operation.

Maritime security is an umbrella term informed by security agendas to classify issues in the maritime domain that are often related to national security, marine environment, economic development, and human security.

The concept of maritime security is transformative and has evolved from a narrow perspective of national naval power projection towards a Buzzword that incorporates many. The transboundary nature of these threats to maritime security posed a number of legal challenges for States particularly in the context of asserting and exercising jurisdiction.

Maritime piracy and armed robbery against ship are one of the contemporary challenges of the maritime industry. international legal framework on maritime piracy and armed Maritime Security.

3. The introductory chapter 1 provides the landscape of geographic, legal and maritime challenges that define the remainder of the book. This feeds nicely into the second chapter on regional contributions to the law of the sea as well as regional maritime claims and baselines which are contributing to unresolved maritime challenges.

: Arron N Honniball. This volume investigates the nature of threats facing, or perceived as facing, some of the key players involved in Asian maritime politics.

The articles in this collection present case studies on Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, Thailand, Japan, China, and Southeast Asia as a whole and focus on domestic definitions of threats and conceptualisations of security.

This book provides a comprehensive view of the maritime safety and security challenges in countries of the Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA). Various issues such as trans-national crime including piracy, terrorism, drug and arms smuggling; Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HA/DR) and maritime and aeronautical Search and Rescue (SAR); Illegal, Unreported and.

The International Maritime Organization has the responsibility for the safety and security of shipping and the prevention of marine pollution by ships, something achievable only through the development and maintenance of comprehensive regulatory framework for shipping activities in terms of safety, environmental concerns, legal matters.

Book Review: Modern Piracy: Legal Challenges and Responses () 28 ANZ Mar LJ 49 Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, primarily in Nigerian waters against ships and oil installations, is less well known, but far more serious and deadly. Martin N Murphy details the role of official corruption and the continuingAuthor: Michael Underdown.

maritime security challenges. Historical state-based concerns such as geopolitical fragility, internal political upheaval, insur-gency, inter-state tensions, sea-lane secu-rity, and territorial disputes are now cou-pled with growing threats from non-state sources and asymmetric risks.

AmongFile Size: 1MB. Ambit of Maritime Security. One reason, as I just mentioned, is the ambivalence about what constitutes maritime security. The other is that maritime security has many dimensions, of which some, like force-structures, capabilities, threats and strategies, find frequent mention.

This edited volume focuses on the South Atlantic regional and national issues with maritime implications: naval policy, security, transnational organized crime, and Europe's legacy and current.

Last week, Japan gathered world maritime security leaders in Tokyo for the first-ever Coast Guard Global Summit. Even without the U.S.

Coast Guard’s headline-grabbing search and rescue operations in the wake of recent hurricanes, attendees had plenty to talk about. They face an array of maritime challenges including piracy in Africa and Asia, large-scale migration in Europe, and illegal. The book which is scheduled for launch on Aug at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja, is a timely material that offers readers an insight into.

In addition to the Law of the Sea framework, maritime security providers must also navigate the complex international legal regime of the U.N.

Firearms Protocol, a legally binding agreement which. Tomorrow's maritime world - casualties and the legal challenges in an automated environment (LISW) This event has now passed Following the theme of this year’s LISW, we are offering an exciting line up of expert speakers and panels covering three core topics: smart shipping evolution or revolution.

automation and casualties: now and in the. Operational Law in International Straits and Current Maritime Security Challenges (Operational Maritime Law Book 1) - Kindle edition by Schildknecht, Jörg, Dickey, Rebecca, Fink, Martin, Ferris, Lisa.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Operational Law in International Straits and 5/5(1).

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) have made substantial progress in implementing initiatives and programs that, collectively, have enhanced cargo security, but some challenges remain.

Examples of progress and challenges are discussed below. Risk Assessments of Cargo Shipments. In JanuaryGAO found that CBP did. Craig H. Allen, The International Supply Chain Security Regime and the Role of Competent International Organizations, in Legal Challenges in Maritime Security (Myron Nordquist et al.

eds., Univ. of Virginia Center for Oceans Law and Policy ). Maritime security challenges have grown in frequency and complexity, thereby increasing the number of government agencies tasked with, or responsible for, identifying threats and responding.

Governments have generally not sought to consolidate authorities within a single agency. As the author notes, a number of studies mainly focus on “international legal challenges in maritime security”, “the international legal framework for maritime security”, “the lacunas in the existing system”, “some stringent measure to combat maritime terrorism issues” (pp), but this book Author: Ying Yang.

Maritime Security, like other international buzzwords, is a term that draws attention to new challenges and rallies support for tackling these. Discussions of maritime security frequently do so by pointing to. Maritime security is a major challenge for the international community that cuts across a broad spectrum of scholarly disciplines and maritime operation.

This volume provides in-depth analysis of current international and regional approaches to maritime security, cargo, port and supply chain security, maritime information sharing and capacity. Maritime: INTEREST, MARITIME. By maritime interest is understood the profit of money lent on bottomry or respondentia, which is allowed to be greater than simple interest because the capital of the lender is put in jeopardy.

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New Security Challenges Christou, G. (Ed) The last decade has demonstrated that threats to security vary greatly in their causes and manifestations and that they invite interest and demand responses from the social sciences, civil society, and a very broad policy community.

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The Challenge to the Maritime Silk Road to Port Connectivity, Renping Zhang and Shihui Yu. Two primary challenges face the maritime states from now until First is the need to manage the growth in human use of the oceans with the need to protect the marine environment.

Second is the substantial increase in illegal activity that will accompany the tremendous growth in legal maritime activity. COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES.

Modern Piracy is the first book to survey the law of maritime piracy from both public law and commercial law perspectives, as well as providing a contextual overview of piracy in major hotspots. Topics covered include issues of international law, law-enforcement cooperation, private armed security, ransoms, insurance and carriage of goods by sea.

Myron H. Nordquist, Rüdiger Wolfrum, John Norton Moore and Ronán Long (eds.), Legal Challenges in Maritime Security (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, ), xviii, pp. Although the terrorist attacks against the United States on Septemwere from the air, it is fair to say that they have had a profound effect on maritime security law both internationally and domestically.

Change has Author: Kaye, Stuart.On J the Commandant of the United States Coast Guard, Admiral Thomas H. Collins, addressed the challenges of maritime security at a CSIS Military Strategy Forum.

Admiral Collins outlined five key principles designed to meet pre-existing missions while fulfilling the President's broader Homeland Security Strategy.

"More than ever before, America requires a strong maritime guardian to. This chapter examines and assesses the role played by port states in the international regulatory framework related to maritime security.

It evaluates the port state control measures prescribed in international legal instruments adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and in other global collaborative initiatives, and identifies problems, challenges and inadequacies related to Author: Sophia Kopela.