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Sea-Level Rise and International Law

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At the Convergence of Two Epochs

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Since core aspects of international law rely on the general stability of geographical conditions, sea-level rise may bring fundamental challenges and require profound re-examination of currently accepted paradigms of international law. This article briefly addresses three questions: first, are the prospects of sea-level rise already a real concern from the viewpoint of international law? Second, what is the relevance of this perspective for current international law? And third, how should international law in the future approach the phenomenon of sea-level rise?

Affiliations: 1: Research Professor, Director of the Law of the Sea Programme, The Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway, davor.vidas@fni.no

10.1163/18786561-00402006
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2014-07-25
2017-11-23

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