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Critical Maritime Infrastructure and the Regime of the EEZ: A Blank Cheque for Saboteurs?

In April 2023, Scandinavian journalists uncovered that Russia was running a large-scale programme to spy on offshore wind farms, submarine cables and pipelines, and other…

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Clashes in the South China Sea: Escalation at Second Thomas Shoal

Over recent months, the frequency and seriousness of interactions between PRC Coast Guard and maritime militia forces, and Philippines Coast Guard and Armed Forces units in the vicinity…

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Deep seabed mining: A general policy at the International Seabed Authority?

Comprising 168 member States, the International Seabed Authority (ISA) is responsible for all seabed mineral exploration and future exploitation activities on the international seabed (‘the…

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The ITLOS Advisory Opinion on Climate Change: Selected Issues of Treaty Interpretation

Introduction This post analyses selected treaty interpretation issues in the ITLOS Advisory Opinion on Climate Change, delivered on 21 May 2024. The post does not…

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The United States’ Extended Continental Shelf and its Obligations under Article 82 of UNCLOS

Introduction In December 2023, the United States (US) Department of State released an Executive Summary with information about the outer limits of its extended continental…

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Preservation of Territorial Integrity – A Substantive Rule under UNCLOS?

The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) establishes a comprehensive dispute settlement mechanism applicable to any dispute, subject to the exhaustive list of limitations…

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Measuring Compliance and the Decisions of UNCLOS Dispute Settlement Bodies

What happens after an international court or tribunal hands down its judgment? Sir Robert Jennings once noted the irony in how detailed the business of international courts…

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Extended Continental Shelf of the United States: A Landmark Announcement and Its Implications

In December 2023, The U.S. Department of State has released information about the outer limits of its extended continental shelf (ECS). The delineation of the ECS outer limits…

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American Pick and Choose or Customary International Law?

Since 2003, the United States (US) has been collecting, processing, and analyzing marine geophysical data to determine the outer limits of its continental shelf. Some 20 years…

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The Arctic Sunrise II – Does the ISA have ‘enforcement jurisdiction’ on the High Seas?

On 28 November 2023, the Secretary-General of the International Seabed Authority (ISA) issued ‘temporary measures’ orders, in accordance with Regulation 33 (i.e., emergency orders) of…

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