The Future of Ocean Regime-Building: Essays in Tribute to Douglas M. Johnston available in Hardcover
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One of the most creative innovations of the international diplomatic community in the 20th century was its invention of the international regime,” wrote Douglas M. Johnston in his last major work published posthumously (The Historical Foundations of World Order: The Tower and the Arena, Nijhoff, 2008). While regimes often provide order and certainty and a consequent reduction in disputes and misunderstandings, regimes are driven by specific concerns. With diverse disciplinary backgrounds and perspectives, the distinguished contributors to this tribute follow a long tradition of scholarly inquiry into the governance, creation, operation, viability and maintenance of international regimes. Their contributions on ocean and environmental regimes as diverse as fisheries, ocean dumping, maritime security, seafarers’ rights, or enhancement of marine environmental protection attest to the depth to which modern international law and the underlying international relations have been transformed into an international law of structured cooperation. This book includes biographical and bibliographic notes on Douglas M. Johnston
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Table of Contents
FOREWORDGraham DayCO-EDITORS’ PREFACE PART IDouglas Millar Johnston (1931–2006) Biographical Note Aldo Chircop, Ted L. McDorman, Susan J. Rolston and Christian L. WiktorDouglas M. Johnston: Postscript for a Polymath Brian FlemmingRemembering Douglas Johnston as a Practicing Diplomat as well as a Scholar Edward L. MilesPART IIIntroduction: Setting the Stage Aldo Chircop, Ted L. McDorman and Susan J. RolstonOcean and Environmental Regime Building: Global PerspectivesThe Stockholm Declaration and the Structure and Processes of International Environmental Law Jutta BrunnéeIntegration among Global Environmental Regimes: Lessons Learned from Climate Change Mitigation Meinhard DoelleOcean Regimes as Refl ected in 500 Years of Multilateral Treaty-Making John Gamble, Ryan Watson and Lauren PieraThe Law of the Sea, Marine Technology, and Global Social JusticeJay L. BatongbacalState Practice and Maritime Claims: Assessing the Normative Impact of the Law of the Sea ConventionStuart KayeTrends in Ocean Zoning – Layers of Confusion and Approaches to ClarityJohn DuffInternational Straits and Navigation RoutesTransit Passage Th rough International Straits Jon M. Van DykeThe Establishment of a Cooperative Mechanism for the Straits of Malacca and Singapore under Article 43 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the SeaRobert BeckmanThe Compulsory Pilotage Regime in the Torres Strait – A “Melting Pot” of Operational, Legal, and Political ConsiderationsSam BatemanNorthern Sea Route Navigation: The Last Frontier?Edgar GoldNew Standards for International ShippingConsequences of Securing Merchant Shipping for Contractual Relations in the Carriage of Seaborne TradeHugh M. Kindred and Mary R. Brooks“Making Labour History” and the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006: Implications for International Law-Making (and Responses to the Dynamics of Globalization)Moira L. McConnellThe Contribution of the 2006 ILO Maritime Labour Convention to Global GovernancePeter B. PayoyoFisheries Conservation and Human Rights ProtectionThe Management of Internationally Shared Fish Stocks: A Law and Economics ApproachGordon R. MunroTo Catch a Thief: Canadian Law and Practice in the Northwest Atlantic, 1992–1994Wendell SanfordHuman Rights Aspects of Legislation in the Fisheries SectorWilliam R. EdesonMarine Environmental ProtectionImproving the Effectiveness of Environmental Regimes: “Consilience,” Science, and Common SenseShelley LexmondInternational Law and Ocean Dumping: Steering a Precautionary Course Aboard the 1996 London Protocol, but Still an Unfinished VoyageDavid L. VanderZwaag and Anne DanielRegulation of the Dumping of Wastes at Sea: Th e Chinese PracticeZou KeyuanThe Designation of Particularly Sensitive Sea Areas: A New Layer in the Regime for Marine Environmental Protection from International ShippingAldo ChircopDispute Settlement and Regional CooperationThird States in Maritime Delimitation Cases: Too Big a Role, Too Small a Role, or Both? Alex G. Oude ElferinkBrokering Cooperation Amidst Competing Maritime Claims: Preventative Diplomacy in the Gulf of Th ailand and South China Sea Clive Schofi eld and Ian Townsend-GaultRegime-Building in East Asia: Recent Progress and ProblemsMark J. ValenciaNotes on the Historic Waters Regime and the Bay of FundyTed L. McDormanThe Legacy of the Dalhousie University Ocean Studies Programme (DOSP) in the Caribbean Carlyle L. MitchellPART IIIThe Publications of Douglas Millar Johnston Christian L. Wiktor and Ted L. McDormanINDEX