Anglo-Norwegian Fisheries Case 1951: A Historical Overview

Anglo-Norwegian Fisheries Case 1951: A Historical Overview

The Anglo-Norwegian Fisheries Case 1951 revolved around a fundamental question: who had the right to harvest fish in certain waters of the North Atlantic? To understand this case fully, we must first explore the historical backdrop that led to this dispute. Background of Anglo-Norwegian Fisheries Case 1951 The Anglo-Norwegian Fisheries Case of 1951 was a…

Geneva Convention on the Continental Shelf:1958
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Geneva Convention on the Continental Shelf:1958

The Convention on the Continental Shelf is an international treaty adopted on April 29, 1958, and entered into force on June 10, 1964. It is also known as the “Geneva Convention on the Continental Shelf”. It is one of the key legal instruments governing the rights and responsibilities of countries concerning the continental shelf areas…

The Convention On The Territorial Sea And The Contiguous Zone
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The Convention On The Territorial Sea And The Contiguous Zone

In the vast realm of international maritime law, one of the fundamental agreements that play a pivotal role in governing the world’s oceans is the Convention on the Territorial Sea and the Contiguous Zone. This Convention, often referred to as the UNCLOS (United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea), is a complex and…