The Outer Continental Shelf of Coastal States and the Common Heritage of Mankind
The establishment of the outer limits of the continental shelf not only involves the rights and interests of coastal states, but also the interests of the international community as a whole. This article examines this balance between coastal states’ assertions of their outer continental shelf limits and the common heritage of mankind.
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