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[Blog] New Draft Law on the Russian Arctic Straits – Putin’ Money Where the Mouth is?

In the most recent post on the NCLOS blog, Postdoc Jan Solski comments on a new russian draft law that deals with the right of entry of foreign warships to internal waters in the Northern Sea Route (NSR). Solski analyses the proposed legislation in the larger context of other documents recently adopted by the Russian Federation.


New article "The Polar Silk Road and the future governance of the Northern Sea Route"

Jan Solski, postdoc at NCLOS has coauthored an article on Russian and Chinese approaches to the law of the sea. By comparing the coastal State practice of China and Russia, Solski and Nengye Liu tease out the legal implications of the Polar Silk Road for the future of the Northern Sea Route. The article is published as open access in the Leiden Journal of International Law!


New book on Hybrid Threats and the Law of the Sea

Postdoc Alexander Lott has authored a book that was published August 23rd by Brill Nijhoff.


[Blog] Recognizing Recognition: An Indispensable Element in a Global Regime for High Seas Marine Protected Areas

In the latest post on the NCLOS blog, PhD research fellow Baastian E. Klerk comments on recognition of regional and sectoral marine protected areas (MPAs) under the international legally binding instrument (ILBI) on biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction (BBNJ).


[Blog]: The last drink of the Whisky-War: A commentary on the boundary delimitation agreement on disputed areas between Canada and Denmark (Greenland)

In the most recent post on the NCLOS blog, Associate Professor Signe Veierud Busch provides a commentary on the need-to-know about the boundary delimitation agreement between Canada and Denmark (Greenland), signed on 14th June 2022.




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