Jorge A. Vargas, Mexico and the Law of the Sea: Contributions and Compromises , Volume 69, Publications on Ocean Development (Leiden/Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2011), A Series of Studies on the International, Legal, Institutional and Policy Aspects of Ocean Development, xxvi, 544 pp.

Jorge A. Vargas, Mexico and the Law of the Sea: Contributions and Compromises , Volume 69,... 560Book Reviews Horn of Africa might be applied to advantage in other regions, such as the Gulf of Guinea piracy that is currently emerging as a major problem area. The book is an interesting, if somewhat one-sided, backgrounder to the Somali piracy situation. It does not really answer its second question, "What are the prospects for increased coordination at the international level in dealing with maritime piracy?" Had it been able to do so it would still be relevant today. Hugh R. Williamson Lead Investigator Dalhousie Marine Piracy Project Dalhousie University Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Jorge A. Vargas, Mexico and the Law of the Sea: Contributions and Compromises, Volume 69, Publications on Ocean Development (Leiden/Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2011), A Series of Studies on the International, Legal, Institutional and Policy Aspects of Ocean Development, xxvi, 544 pp. In Mexico there is a significant contemporary history coupling legal protection of the environment and natural resources with the legal framework to use, protect, restore and exploit coastal and marine ecosystems and their living and non-living natural resources. There is an impressive literature from the last four decades, not only in regular technical articles, but also in books, academic, administrative and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ocean Yearbook Online Brill

Jorge A. Vargas, Mexico and the Law of the Sea: Contributions and Compromises , Volume 69, Publications on Ocean Development (Leiden/Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2011), A Series of Studies on the International, Legal, Institutional and Policy Aspects of Ocean Development, xxvi, 544 pp.

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560Book Reviews Horn of Africa might be applied to advantage in other regions, such as the Gulf of Guinea piracy that is currently emerging as a major problem area. The book is an interesting, if somewhat one-sided, backgrounder to the Somali piracy situation. It does not really answer its second question, "What are the prospects for increased coordination at the international level in dealing with maritime piracy?" Had it been able to do so it would still be relevant today. Hugh R. Williamson Lead Investigator Dalhousie Marine Piracy Project Dalhousie University Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Jorge A. Vargas, Mexico and the Law of the Sea: Contributions and Compromises, Volume 69, Publications on Ocean Development (Leiden/Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2011), A Series of Studies on the International, Legal, Institutional and Policy Aspects of Ocean Development, xxvi, 544 pp. In Mexico there is a significant contemporary history coupling legal protection of the environment and natural resources with the legal framework to use, protect, restore and exploit coastal and marine ecosystems and their living and non-living natural resources. There is an impressive literature from the last four decades, not only in regular technical articles, but also in books, academic, administrative and

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