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The Outer Continental Shelf of Coastal States and the Common Heritage of Mankind

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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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Keywords: common heritage of mankind; outer limits of the continental shelf

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: China Institute for Marine Affairs State Oceanic Administration, Beijing, China

Publication date: 01 October 2011

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