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This section contains reference articles relevant to the study on public rights to navigational freedom exercised by the American people through their United States Constitution, whereby they reciprocally administer the public trust of the common a priori navigational freedom principle within national navigable waters. Internationally there are likewise both reciprocal beneficiaries and reciprocal trustees, where mankind is invested with the a priori interdependent beneficial interests for navigable waters usage under the navigational freedom principle.

Keywords: high seas regime; navigational freedom principle; res communis public trust; United States Constitution



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