2018

Issue 4

The Pending Maritime Delimitations between Spain and Morocco: Sovereignty, Status and Feasibility

by Eduardo JIMÉNEZ PINEDA

The pending maritime delimitations between Spain and Morocco are highly complex and noteworthy due to the existence of diverse factors, namely the particularity that the delimitations shall be conducted in two different seas: the Alboran Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Moreover, various sovereignty issues must be addressed, such as the Spanish enclaves in North Africa, …More

Issue 4

The Effect of Unmanned Vessels on Canadian Law: Some Basic Legal Concepts

by Marel KATSIVELA

For the first time, the possibility exists for ships to navigate the world with no person on board. Unmanned vessels promise safer and less costly navigation at sea. However, arguments have been made that electronically operated devices may malfunction or be defective and that the cost-savings they operate may be offset by the cost of …More

Issue 4

Migration in the Mediterranean: Exposing the Limits of Vulnerability at the European Court of Human Rights

by Ben HUDSON

In recent years, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has been increasingly called upon to settle disputes pertaining to migration in the Mediterranean. This article examines the developments in the ECtHR’s pertinent case law through the lens of vulnerability, a concept that offers much potential for developing the Convention on Human Rights in response to new challenges, …More

Issue 4

Non-Governmental Organisations and Search and Rescue at Sea

by Kristof GOMBEER Melanie FINK

Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have become increasingly involved in search and rescue in the Mediterranean Sea in order to fill a gap in humanitarian protection. This article examines the legal framework of their search and rescue activities. The international law of the sea sets out an obligation to render assistance to persons in distress at sea. …More

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