Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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International Law of the Resources of the Sea (Volume 127)

(39,937 words)

Author(s): Oda, Shigeru
Oda, Shigeru Keywords: Natural resources | Law of the sea | Deep seabed | Fisheries | Continental shelf | Mots clefs: Ressources naturelles | Droit de la mer | Fond de la mer | Pêche | Plateau continental | ABSTRACT Shigeru Oda, Professor at Tohoku University in Sendai, devotes his course to International Law of the Resources of the Sea. In the first part, he studies the international law of the sea relating to living marine resources: powers of the State on the coastal zone, control of maritime resources on the high seas, and special…

L’exploitation des richesses de la mer (Volume 29)

(38,304 words)

Author(s): C. Jessup, Ph.
C. Jessup, Ph. Keywords: Fisheries | Whales | Marine mammals | Animals | Mots clefs: Pêche | Baleines | Mammifères marins | ABSTRACT The title of this study, by Philip Jessup, indicates the problem that requires a solution. The problem is deeply technical in nature; from the point of view of international law, what matters most is the method followed to resolve the issues. The author deals with the second title: the Conservation of the Wealth of the Sea. Conservation is the remedy for excessive exploitation. Philip Je…

The New Régime of Maritime Fisheries (Volume 209)

(47,443 words)

Author(s): August Fleischer, Carl
August Fleischer, Carl Keywords: Fisheries | Mots clefs: Pêche | ABSTRACT According to Carl August Fleischer, Professor at the University of Oslo, the new regime of maritime fisheries from the Montego Bay Convention is undoubtedly the most important result achieved by the development of international law during the years 1970s and 1980s. After a certain number of general remarks, the author focuses on the development of modern law for fisheries, in the 12-mile zone, the issue of jurisdiction of coastal Sta…