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Symposium: Papers on Alternative Regimes for the Sea; Submarine Zones of Special Jurisdiction Under the High Seas -- Some Military Aspects

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Type: Conference Paper
Author: Goldie, L.F.E.
Conference: Second Annual Summer Conference on Future of the Sea's Resources
Location: Law of the Sea Institute, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI
Conf. Date: June
Date: 1967
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10535/8152
Sector: Global Commons
Subject(s): marine resources
water resources
resource management
coastal regions
global commons
Abstract: "At the outset I wish to offer a definition and make two preliminary points. Following the position I took in my earlier study 'Special Regimes and Pre-emptive Activities in International Law' I propose that the word 'regime' be used to indicate: 'A system of rules operating within a given legal framework or with respect to a stipulated group of related objects to allocate effective rights and resolve conflicting claims on the basis of common values'. To this definition I should add the observation that within the regime governing the allocation and evidencing of submarine zones of special jurisdiction I propose to discuss there are systems of priorities between types of envisaged uses (and especially military uses) of the sea."

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