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  Volume 33, Number 2, Summer-Fall 2013

Table of Contents


pp. 1-3


Oceans of Conflict: Determining Potential Areas of Maritime Disputes

pp. 5-14

Nationalism and Domestic Politics as Drivers of Maritime Conflict

pp. 15-19

Scramble for the Arctic: Layered Sovereignty, UNCLOS, and Competing Maritime Territorial Claims

pp. 21-43

The Ilulissat Declaration (2008): The Arctic States, “Law of the Sea,” and Arctic Ocean

pp. 45-55

Pax Russica: Russia’s Role in the Race for the Arctic

pp. 57-59

Alternative Sea Routes: What Effects on Maritime Trade?

pp. 61-74

ASEAN, China and the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea

pp. 75-84

China’s Fisheries Management Policy: An Interview with Tabitha Mallory

pp. 85-91

The Unique Challenges and Difficulties of Maritime Security Research

pp. 93-104

Trends in Modern Piracy: Cycles, Geographical Shifts, and Predicting the Next “Hot Spots”

pp. 105-115

Piracy and the Law of the Sea: An Empty Vessel?

pp. 117-126

Flag State Responsibility for Maritime Terrorism

pp. 127-134

Neo-Isolationists Scuttle UNCLOS

pp. 135-146

Book Reviews

Ceaseless Currents of Change: A Journey Around the Indian Ocean Littorals

pp. 147-150

Terry and the Pirates: A Firsthand Account of the Continuing Struggle Against Piracy

pp. 151-154

Student Essay

Ocean Carbon Sequestration: Solution to Climate Change or Policy Distraction?

pp. 155-162

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