In 2007, the International Max Planck Research School for Maritime Affairs together with the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS), both based in Hamburg, decided to establish an annual lecture series, the "Hamburg Lectures on Maritime Affairs" - giving distinguished scholars and practitioners the opportunity to present and discuss recent developments in this field. The present volume - the third in the series - collects the lectures held between 2011 and 2013 inter alia by Andrew Dickinson, Yvonne Marie Dutton, Bevan Marten, Andreas Maurer, Irini Papanicolopulu, Caslav Pejovic, Juan L. Pulido, Andrés Recalde Castells, Thomas J. Schoenbaum and Rüdiger Wolfrum.
Part I: The Hamburg Lectures 2011: Preservation of the Marine Environment by Rüdiger Wolfrum.- An Evaluation of the Rotterdam Rules by Thomas J. Schoenbaum.- Reflections on Spain's Decision to Ratify the Rotterdam Rules by Andrés Recalde Castells.- Territory in the Rome I and Rome II Regulations by Andrew Dickinson.- Part II: The Hamburg Lectures 2012: Transnational Maritime Law by Andreas Maurer.- Jurisdiction of States over Persons at Sea: Principles, Issues, Consequences by Irini Papanicolopulu.- Current Issues Regarding the Delimitation of the Outer Continental Shelf - A Panel Discussion in the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (30 September 2012) by
Chris Carleton, Philippe Gautier, Vladimir Golitsyn, Michael Lodge and Shunji Yanai.- Article 47(2) of the Rotterdam Rules: The Solution of Old Problems or a New Confusion? By Caslav Pejovic.- Cruise Ship Law by Juan L. Pulido.- Part III: The Hamburg Lectures 2013: SOLAS Article VII and Pacific Island Passenger Services by Bevan Marten.- Gunslingers on the High Seas: A Call for Regulation by Yvonne M. Dutton.
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