Right of Innocent Passage and the Evolution of the International Law of the Sea. The Current Regime of Free Navigation in Coastal Waters of Third States. FRANCIS NGANTCHA.

Right of Innocent Passage and the Evolution of the International Law of the Sea. The Current Regime of Free Navigation in Coastal Waters of Third States.

United Kingdom. Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. 1990. Stock ID #172880

x + 224pp, index, bibliography, appendix, good hardback copy in lightly worn dustjacket.

The author believes that, within the letter of the 1982 Convention, coastal states can still decide alone whether or not passage is innocent and take appropriate measures. Controversy and conflict will continue to arise and the dispute settlement machinery of the UNCLOS, even when in force, may well be disputed in application to innocent passage conflicts.

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