Welcome to LOS Reports
Welcome to LOS Reports. This online publication is a product of the Law of the Sea Interest Group (LOSIG) of the American Society of International Law. LOS Reports intends to serve LOSIG's members as a channel for exchanging views and publishing their work on Law of the Sea matters and offers a source of information and analysis to all those interested in this field of international law and ocean affairs.
Current Issue - Volume 3 (2012) No. 1
Letter from the Editor
Grey Clouds or Clearer Skies Ahead? Implications of the Bay of Bengal Case
Clive Schofield and Anastasia Telesetsky
Fundamental Principle of "Without Prejudice" in Submissions to the UN CLCS in Northeast and Southeast Asia
Don't Leave the Sami Out in the Cold: The Arctic Region Needs a Binding Treaty that Recognizes Its Indigenous People's Right to Self-Determination and Free, Prior and Informed Consent
Legal Battles over Underwater Historic Shipwrecks in High Seas: The Case of Odyssey
Colombia and Ecuador Agree to Land Boundary Starting Point
VIDEO: LOS Reports MP 2 Oxman 2012
Volume 2 (2011)
Letter from the Editor
Towards an ITLOS Advisory Opinion on the Genetic Resources of the Outer Continental Shelf
Alejandro S. Canio
The Implementation Criteria of Precautionary Measures: The Arctic Ocean as a Case Study
Peru and Ecuador Reach Agreement on their Maritime Boundary
Summary of the Conference "Diritto del mare e nuovi interessi della comunita internazionale" (Law of the Sea and New Interests of the International Community), Santa Maria de Salina, Italy, September 29-30, 2011
Angela del Vecchio
Volume 1 (2010)
Betsy Andersen, David Caron
From the Editor in Chief
Miguel G. García-Revillo
Baselines and Base Points: How the Case Law Withstands Rising Sea Levels and Melting Ice
Which High Seas Freedoms Apply in the Exclusive Economic Zone?
Capt Raul Pedrozo
The Maritime Labour Convention 2006: Breathing Life into Art.94 of UNCLOS
Brunei and Malaysia Resolve Outstanding Maritime Boundary Issues
Jeffrey J. Smith
[New LOS Voices]: Caution on the Precautionary Principle: Red Coral Protection under the CITES
"Topicality of Fernando Vazquez de Menchaca"
Professor Rafael Casado Raigon (Univ. of Cordoba) President of the Association internationale du Droit de la mer (assidmer)
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