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This is the conclusory chapter of the book, which focuses on the most problematic area of incipient tension, the interaction between the rights and duties associated with UN naval peace operations, use of force, and the Law of the Sea Convention (LOSC) Territorial Sea regime. It commences with an examination of the basic characteristics peculiar to power at sea - characteristics that must to be taken into account to prevent any authority construct being fundamentally flawed from the outset. The course of analysis undertaken in the book suggests that it is possible to establish an authoritative basis upon which UN naval peace operations in the Territorial Sea can be assessed, planned, and executed, by providing a coherent, mutually reinforcing framework of authority which itself incorporates the salient features of the LOSC, the UN Charter, use of force, custom, and operational practice.

Keywords: LOSC Territorial Sea regime; UN naval peace operations



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