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International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law



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Basic Information

Publisher: Brill
Founded in: 1985
URL: http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/15718085
Rank:
• Rank 104/151 in Law (Web of Science 2017)
Category: Law

Authors per paper:
     Average: 1.0
     Median: 1
References per paper:
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Latest papers

Svalbard’s ‘Snow Crab Row’ as a Challenge to the Common Fisheries Policy of the European Union
International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 2019-03-22

The International Legal Framework for Post-Brexit EEZ Fisheries Access between the United Kingdom and the European Union
International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 2019-03-22

Spain’s Action to Control and Suppress Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing: Current Status and Future Prospects
International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 2019-03-22

The European Union’s Common Fisheries Policy, the Right to Self-determination and Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources
International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 2019-03-22

What’s in a Duty? EU Identification of Non-cooperating Port States and Their Prescriptive Responses
International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 2019-03-22

The ‘Due Regard’ Obligation and the Peaceful and Economic Uses of the EEZ other than Fisheries
International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 2019-02-28

The Respect of Other States’ Rights (Freedom of Navigation and Other Rights and Freedoms Set Out in the LOSC) as a Limitation to the Military Uses of the EEZ by Third States
International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 2019-02-28

Limiting Third States’ Military Activities in the EEZ: ‘Due Regard Obligations’ and the Law on the Use of Force Applied to Nuclear Weapons
International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 2019-02-28

The European Union, Fisheries and ‘Due Regard’ in the EEZ: Some Reflections
International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 2019-02-28

Obligations of ‘Due Regard’ in the Exclusive Economic Zone: Their Context, Purpose and State Practice
International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 2019-02-28

The Genesis of the ‘Due Regard’ Obligations in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea
International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 2019-02-28

The Legal Nature and Content of ‘Due Regard’ Obligations in Recent International Case Law
International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 2019-02-28

The Limitations on Military Activities by Third States in the EEZ Resulting from Environmental Law
International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 2019-02-28

Foreign Military Activities in the Exclusive Economic Zone: Remarks on the Applicability and Scope of the Reciprocal ‘Due Regard’ Duties of Coastal and Third States
International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 2019-02-28

‘Due Regard’ Obligations, with Particular Emphasis on Fisheries in the Exclusive Economic Zone
International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 2019-02-28

Cited Half-Life

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Cited median publication year:
2009