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The European Union and Law of the Sea Convention at the Age of 30

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AbstractSeveral factors that have contributed to the success of the Law of the Sea Convention as a blueprint for the regulation of oceanic activities in the European Union (EU) are outlined, including the comprehensive nature of the Convention, the role of the Working Party on the Law of the Sea (COMAR) in coordinating EU policy, as well as the EU approach to dispute settlement and to global oceanic affairs.

Affiliations: 1: School of Law, National University of Ireland Galway Ireland, URL:


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