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Droit international et stratégie maritime des États : soutenue le 14 janvier 2005, sous la direction de Louis Balmond

Abstract : The Montego Bay convention marked a real turning point in the development of the International law of the sea. It introduced a clear rebalance between the juridically protected interests of the coastal State and the flag State to the benefit of the first. The juridical balance realized by the convention was subjected to pressures from both states, the result of which, in the nineties, was a revision of part XI and an agreement concerning the juridical regime of the straddling stocks. This study has a double objective. First, it aims to make an examination of the rule of International law concerning the juridical regime of marine spaces and a certain number of maritime activities. It proves that the development of environmental preoccupations also constitutes a manner to promote the interests of the coastal State. It aims, then, to show how the international law of the sea is porous concerning the expression of the States interests and how, especially in terms of use of force at sea, the extra- juridical considerations weigh strongly.
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François Campagnola. Droit international et stratégie maritime des États : soutenue le 14 janvier 2005, sous la direction de Louis Balmond. 2006. ⟨halshs-03279416⟩

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