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Maritime Boundary Dispute Settlement: The Nonemergence of Guiding Principles

By Marvin A. Fentress
Topics: Maritime Boundary, continental shelf, offshore oil, extraction, International Court of Justice, ICJ, Canada, United States, superadjacent water column, Gulf of Maine, dispute settlement, Georges Bank, exploration permits, North Sea Continental Shelf Cases, theory of natural prolongation, course of equidistance, Geneva Convention on the Continental Shelf, sovereignty, United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea, fishery zone, English Channel, France-United Kingdom Arbitration on the Delimitation of the Continental Shelf, equitable equidistance, fisheries agreement, continental shelf jurisdiction, Truman Proclamation, adjacent shores, boundaries, Denmark, Netherlands, Germany, delimitation, \u22special circumstance\u22, equitable principles, natural prolongation, proportionality, Anglo-French Case, France, Great Britain, England, Court of Arbitration, Scilly Islands, Tunisia-Libya Case, historic rights, UNCLOS, exclusive economic zone, Northeast Channel, opposite shore, adjacent states, mixed shores, Dispute Resolution and Arbitration, International Law, Jurisdiction, Law of the Sea
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Georgia Law
Year: 2015
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