The International Law of the Sea
This book explains the international law of the sea in time of peace and the international law of the sea in time of war.
It contains 22 chapters describing the sources and development of the international law of the sea, the high seas, territorial waters, bays and gufls, straits and artificial canals, rivers, the legalmregime of warships, the legal regime of merchant ships, international regulation of navigation, shipping and overseas communications, forcible measures short of war employed in time of peace, general rules of naval warfare, the naval forces of the belligerents, the region naval war, effects of the outbreak of war at sea, restrictions on the right of capture of enemy property, neutrality in naval warfare, contrabad, unneutral service, blockade, the right of visit, search and capture, prime courts and naval captures in war, the future rules of naval warfare.
This book is suitable for research in maritime law and international law.
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