Conventions covering the law of the sea contain provisions on compensation for wrongful interferences with navigation, though they are rarely applied. This book analyses all relevant compensation provisions and compares them to the general law of state responsibility. The author discusses such issues as the responsibility of international organizations, liability for lawful conduct, and several and joint liability in public international law.... The responses of the international community to these threats are very diverse and have been taken on the domestic, the ... and port security The most prominent measure of the former is the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS). ... B. Security concerns brought forward to interfere with navigation 29 3.
|Title||:||State Responsibility for Interferences with the Freedom of Navigation in Public International Law|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-10-25|