Ratification of the Law of the Sea Treaty: A Not-So-Innocent Passage, by David Ridenour

The "right of innocent passage" is the right of any nation's ships to traverse continuously and expeditiously through the territorial waters of a coastal nation, subject to certain conditions.1  Under the Law of the Sea Treaty, such passage is conditioned ...
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