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Post September 11 Security Challenges to the Legal Regime of the Maritime Carriage of Nuclear and Radioactive Materials

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Radioactive material which is transported over sea has, so far, not resulted in any pollution of the sea. This paper reviews the legal regime of the maritime carriage of nuclear and radioactive materials and assesses its sufficiency in general and in the context of the risks of nuclear terrorism. It is noted that the respective provisions have been elaborated under the auspices of two different international organisations, namely IMO and IAEA, and that their reaction to possible nuclear threats is slow.


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