concerns the passing on of experience and reflections on practice and process of international legal negotiation. These chapters mean that this book is of interest to practitioners working with international organizations or advising delegations. This aspect also ensures that the book will be of wider interest beyond law of the sea scholars. Moira L. McConnell Professor of Law and an Associate of the Marine & Environmental Law Institute Dalhousie Law School Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Veronica Frank has written a masterly analysis of the evolution and effectiveness of European Community policies and programmes on the marine environment, particularly as these respond to the principles and provisions of the international law of the sea. These are complex policy areas. They are marked by considerable fragmentation of legal and political authority both at the European and the broader international levels. The focus of the study is on EU responses to the framework of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, particularly in relation to the rights and duties of States on marine pollution contained in Part XII. More particularly, she examines the important set of regional agreements affecting European countries: the Barcelona Convention (BARCON) on the Mediterranean
Ocean Yearbook Online – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2009
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