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Reflections on the Making of the Modern Law of the Sea


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Table of Contents

  • Foreword
  • Acknowledgements
  • List of Images
  • Introduction
  • Chapter I: Chaos at Sea: The Search for a New Legal Order
  • Chapter II: Beyond Codification: Development of Innovative Working Methods and Procedures
  • Chapter III: Negotiating a New Legal Order: Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea
  • Chapter IV: Achieving Universal Acceptance: Part XI Implementation Agreement
  • Chapter V: Operationalising the Regime: UN Fish Stocks Agreement and WCPFC
  • Concluding Reflections
  • Annexes
  • Index

About the Author

Satya Nandan (1936-2020) was a Fijian diplomat and lawyer who specialized in the law of the sea. He served three consecutive terms as the Secretary-General of the International Seabed Authority.

Kristine Dalaker is a Research Fellow at the Norwegian Centre for the Law of the Sea in TromsO, Norway, where she focuses on ocean governance issues.


"An illuminating narrative if you are interested in how one of the world's most complex and important pieces of legislation came into being. As a look at 'science-diplomacy' in action, with the desire to inform others involved in complex multilateral discussions a stated key aim of this book, it is also fascinating and informative." * The Marine Biologist *

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