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This section of the book Cases and Materials on the Law of the Sea: Second Edition introduces contains a list of articles and amendments on the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (LOS Convention), International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS), and agreement relating to the Implementation of Part XI of the LOS Convention of 10 December 1982 relevant to the discussion of the law of the sea. The book introduces the law of the sea and questions about international law and international legal process. It examines the basic concepts of high seas freedoms, vessel nationality, and flag state jurisdiction. The book reviews maritime security and analyzes the dispute settlement system created by the LOS Convention.

Keywords: flag state jurisdiction; high seas freedoms; ITLOS; Law of the Sea (LOS) Convention; maritime security; vessel nationality

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