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Title:Southern Africa and the Law of the Sea: Economic and Political Implications
Author:Payne, Richard J.
Year:1979
Periodical:Journal of Southern African Affairs
Volume:4
Issue:2
Period:April
Pages:175-186
Language:English
Geographic term:Southern Africa
Subjects:territorial waters
iron-ore mining
Law, Human Rights and Violence
international relations
Economics and Trade
Politics and Government
Abstract:This analysis examines the law of the sea in the context of southern Africa, an issue which infringes directly upon economic and political development. This includes the mining of manganese nodules from the deep seabed beyond the current jurisdiction of any particular state, the rights and duties of coastal states in the two-hundred mile economic zone, and the rights of landlocked and geographically disadvantaged states in the two-hundred mile economic zone. Also examined is the controversy on the continental shelf doctrine and the attempt of developing countries to create a new international economic order. Notes.
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