THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MARINE AND COASTAL LAW VOLUME 20 NUMBER 2 SEPTEMBER 2005 ISSN 0927-3522 Articles New Approaches for Addressing Damage to the Marine Environment— Louise Angélique de La Fayette 167 Conflicting Interests in the Turkish Straits: Is the Free Passage of Merchant Vessels still Applicable?— Matteo Fornari 225 Sea-Borne Tourism in Antarctica: Avenues for Further Intergovernmental Regulation— Erik Jaap Molenaar 247 Current Legal Developments Permits to Search Shipwrecks: Recent Amendment to the Act Concerning the Maritime Areas of the Polish Republic and the Marine Administration of 21st March 1991— Bernard Blazkiewicz 297 A n interesting discrepancy between the authentic texts of a multilateral treaty: Article 7 (3) of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea— Robert Lavalle 307 Book Reviews The Law of the Sea and Polar Maritime Delimitation and Jurisdiction— Karen N. Scott 313 The Precautionary Principle in the Law of the Sea: Modern Decision Making in International Law— Arie Trouwborst 316 ESTU 20,2_i-ii 11/25/05 10:26 PM Page i Brill Academic Publishers Brill Academic Publishers Frequency of publication: P.O. Box 9000 P.O. Box 605 quarterly 2300 PA Leiden, The Netherlands Herndon, VA 20172 © Koninklijke Brill N.V., Tel.: + 31 (0) 71
The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2005
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