oa Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa - Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea - passage through straits used for international navigation



Different state interests, different views 00 the need for change and different formulae for effecting such change may be observed in relation to all of the freedoms of the seas in all parts of the seas. One of the most fundamental is that of navigation, and, in particular, navigation through straits used for international navigation. The same questions of freedom versus restraint, coastal state versus shipping state and national jurisdiction versus international regulation present themselves here in microcosm.


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