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THE LOTUS CASE
 
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International Law of the Sea - Section C: The continential shelf & the Exclusive Economic Zone
 
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Professor Surya Subedi the author of the study guide for the International Law of the Sea provides an introduction of Section C of this course.
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Corfu Channel Case
 
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UWO Political Science 3201G
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What is CONTINENTAL SHELF? What does CONTINENTAL SHELF mean? CONTINENTAL SHELF meaning & explanation
 
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BROWSE The Internet EASY way with The Audiopedia owned Lightina Browser Android app! INSTALL NOW - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.LightinaBrowser_8083351 What is CONTINENTAL SHELF? What does CONTINENTAL SHELF mean? CONTINENTAL SHELF meaning - CONTINENTAL SHELF definition - CONTINENTAL SHELF explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. The continental shelf is an underwater landmass which extends from a continent, resulting in an area of relatively shallow water known as a shelf sea. Much of the shelves were exposed during glacial periods and interglacial periods. The shelf surrounding an island is known as an insular shelf. The continental margin, between the continental shelf and the abyssal plain, comprises a steep continental slope followed by the flatter continental rise. Sediment from the continent above cascades down the slope and accumulates as a pile of sediment at the base of the slope, called the continental rise. Extending as far as 500 km (310 mi) from the slope, it consists of thick sediments deposited by turbidity currents from the shelf and slope. The continental rise's gradient is intermediate between the slope and the shelf, on the order of 0.5–1°. Under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, the name continental shelf was given a legal definition as the stretch of the seabed adjacent to the shores of a particular country to which it belongs.
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Mariner - a new heavy oil field on the UK continental shelf
 
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When Statoil and partners decided to develop the Mariner heavy oil field east of the Shetland Islands in December 2012, it was the largest capital commitment to the UK continental Shelf (UKCS) in more than a decade. Now the first vessels carrying modules for the 38 000 tonne topside have arrived at Shetland, waiting to be installed at the field this summer. In case you were wondering, the 38 000 tonne topside weighs more than five times the steel weight of the Eiffel Tower! Make sure not to miss project updates and videos on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Statoil
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Case 1
 
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Case study 1 on the Continental Shelf Cases
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Gavrilov Viatcheslav. Delimitation of the Continental Shelf in the Arctic Ocean, Luxembourg, 2017
 
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Gavrilov Viatcheslav. Presentation "Delimitation of the Continental Shelf in the Arctic Ocean" at the International Conference organized by the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law, Luxembourg, 26 September 2017
Continental Shelf
 
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Human Rights & International Law - Lotus Case
 
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Reference - (1921) S.A. No. 10(W.C.R. 20). Subject- In this case the jurisdiction of a State has been explained and the territorial and individual jurisdiction under the International Law have been considered.
Human Rights and International law - The Curfew Channel case
 
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Reference - 1949 I.J.C. 244. Subject- This case is based on the Territorial Jurisdiction with reference to the universal rights between Albania and United Kingdom.
Human Rights and International law - Anglo-Norwegian Fisheries Case-Britain Vs. Norway
 
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Reference-1951 I.C.J. Reports 116 Subject - This case throws light on the right of prescription. It is explained in this case that a country cannot be deprived of its right of prescription after it is used for a long period continuously without any interruption.
The Case of the S.S. Lotus
 
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International Court of Justice (France v. Turkey)
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MOL in the Norwegian North Sea
 
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In November 2018, the drilling bit of the Rowan Viking jackup rig reached the seabed at 70 meter depth and started to drill to 3700 meter target depth in the North Sea. The PL860 licence is located 284 kilometers from Stavanger in the Southern part of the Norwegian section of the North Sea, close to the Danish border on the so-called Mandal High area. Our partners in the licence are: Lundin Norway and Petoro. Our media crew visited the site after thorough safety and evacuation training, here is a sneak peek of our film on the project!
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customary international law cont
 
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Subscribe today and give the gift of knowledge to yourself or a friend customary international law cont Customary International Law (cont.). February 4. The Lotus Case. What are the underlying facts? What is the main issue presented in this case? How did France want to frame the issue? How did the Court frame the issue? Slideshow 3061791 by faunia show1 : Customary international law cont show2 : The lotus case show3 : The lotus case1 show4 : The lotus case2 show5 : The texaco libya arbitration show6 : The texaco libya arbitration1 show7 : The texaco libya arbitration2 show8 : General principles of law show9 : The am s case show10 : The am s case1 show11 : Jus cogens show12 : United states v smith show13 : Forbidden treaties show14 : Prosecutor v furundzija show15 : The domingues case show16 : Equity show17 : North sea continental shelf cases show18 : North sea continental shelf cases1 show19 : North sea continental shelf cases2
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Trail Smelter Case - POLS 3201 - International Law
 
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An overview of the Trail Smelter Case that decided that states were responsible for the damages caused in another state by pollution emanating from private entities.
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Extension of Continental Shelf Pakistan
 
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UNITED NATIONS Commission Accepts PAKISTAN’S Case on the extended CONTINENTAL SHELF of PAKISTAN
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South China Sea arbitration case
 
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南海仲裁案
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Animation tidal propagation NorthSea & Continental shelf
 
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Animation tidal propagation NorthSea & Continental shelf
Lundin Norway on Oil Exploration
 
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Lundin Norway, Lundin, Lundin Petroleum, Oil exploration, NCS, Norwegian Continental Shelf, Edvard Grieg, Johan Sverdrup, Utsira High, North Sea,
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Case of the SS Lotus
 
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International Law - Qatar v. Bahrain Maritime Delimitation
 
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Political Science 3201G Qatar v. Bahrain Patrick Carl Ryan McCabe
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What is EQUIDISTANCE PRINCIPLE? What does EQUIDISTANCE PRINCIPLE mean?
 
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What is EQUIDISTANCE PRINCIPLE? What does EQUIDISTANCE PRINCIPLE mean? EQUIDISTANCE PRINCIPLE meaning - EQUIDISTANCE PRINCIPLE definition - EQUIDISTANCE PRINCIPLE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ In maritime boundary claims, the equidistance principle or principle of equidistance is a legal concept that a nation's maritime boundaries should conform to a median line equidistant from the shores of neighboring nation-states. This concept was developed in the process of settling disputes where the borders of adjacent nations were located on a contiguous continental shelf. An equidistance line is one for which every point on the line is equidistant from the nearest points on the baselines being used. The equidistance principle is a methodology that has been endorsed by the UNCLOS treaty, but predates the treaty and has been used by the Supreme Court of the United States, states, and nations to equitably establish boundaries. The principle of equidistance represents one aspect of customary international law, but its importance is evaluated in light of other factors, such as history: "Historic rights" or titles of some or another kind will acquire enhanced, rather than diminished, importance as a result of the narrowing of the 'physical' rather than the 'legal' sources of right. It is important to remember that, although historical claims were not successful in the Gulf of Maine case, the identification of a 'status quo' or 'modus vivendi' line in Tunisia–Libya was of decisive importance in confirming the equitableness of the first stage of delimitation. States will scrupulously avoid, more than ever, any appearance of acquiescence where acquiescence is not intended; prudent coordination can be expected between petroleum and mining ministries and the legal advisers of foreign ministries." — Highet, Keith. (1989). "Whatever became of natural prolongation," in Rights to Oceanic Resources: Deciding and Drawing Maritime Boundaries, (Dorinda G. Dallmeyer et al., editors), pp. 97, p. 97, at Google Books.
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What is LOTUS CASE? What does LOTUS CASE mean? LOTUS CASE meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is LOTUS CASE? What does LOTUS CASE mean? LOTUS CASE meaning - LOTUS CASE definition - LOTUS CASE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ The Lotus case concerns a criminal trial which was the result of the 2 August 1926 collision between the S.S. Lotus, a French steamship (or steamer), and the S.S. Boz-Kourt, a Turkish steamer, in a region just north of Mytilene (Greece). As a result of the accident, eight Turkish nationals aboard the Boz-Kourt drowned when the vessel was torn apart by the Lotus. On 7 September 1927 the case was presented before the Permanent Court of International Justice, the judicial branch of the League of Nations, the predecessor of the United Nations. The issue at stake was Turkey's jurisdiction to try Monsieur Demons, the French lieutenant on watch duty at the time of the collision. Since the collision occurred on the high seas, France claimed that the state whose flag the vessel flew had exclusive jurisdiction over the matter. France proffered case law, through which it attempted to show at least state practice in support of its position. However, those cases involved ships that both flew the flag of the same state. The Court, therefore, rejected France's position stating that there was no rule to that effect in international law. The Lotus principle or Lotus approach, usually considered a foundation of international law, says that sovereign states may act in any way they wish so long as they do not contravene an explicit prohibition. The application of this principle – an outgrowth of the Lotus case – to future incidents raising the issue of jurisdiction over people on the high seas was changed by article 11 of the 1958 High Seas Convention. The convention, held in Geneva, laid emphasis on the fact that only the flag state or the state of which the alleged offender was a national had jurisdiction over sailors regarding incidents occurring in high seas. The principle has also been used in arguments against the reasons of the United States of America for opposing the existence of the International Criminal Court (ICC).
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Decommissioning in the North Sea
 
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From the smallest Perenco Victor platform to the largest Shell Brent platforms, decommissioning in the North Sea will range from as few as 3 years to 20+ years. We expect at least 140 fields will cease production over the next 5 years, with a total of £55 billion (real terms) to be spent on decommissioning the UK Continental Shelf. With as many as 50 fields forecast to cease in 2016 alone, will new investment materialise or will the North Sea enter a new decommissioning phase? http://www.woodmac.com/analysis/mission-decommission-the-north-sea
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Four of the most interesting domestic cases on international law
 
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The Distomo cases, the Urgenda Foundation v The Netherlands case, the Alien Tort Statute cases and the Israeli targeted killings cases are among the most fascinating domestic cases on international law. The ability to read these cases in English on ILDC is invaluable for practitioners and scholars alike. This year marks the 10th anniversary of this remarkable online service: http://opil.ouplaw.com/page/ILDC  André Nollkaemper, ILDC Editor in Chief, and Professor of Public International Law and Director of the Amsterdam Center for International Law at the faculty of Law of the Universiteit van Amsterdam August Reinisch, ILDC Editor in Chief and Professor of International and European Law at the University of Vienna © Oxford University Press
LaGrand Case - International Law
 
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Kurt W. and Stuart M.
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Nicaragua v. United States Top # 7 Facts
 
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Nicaragua v. United States Top # 7 Facts
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Appeals Judgement - Erdemović - 7 October 1997
 
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For more information: http://icty.org/cases/party/683/4
Caroline Case 1
 
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UK Vs Iceland (fisheries jurisdiction)
 
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International Law 3201
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Continental Shelf 2012 Highlights
 
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Offshore Fishing on the Continental Shelf with Captain Dave Tilley during the 2012 Fishing Season
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The Lotus Case
 
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Channel Case!!!
 
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Judgment of 27 June 2001: LaGrand Case. (Germany v- United States of America).
 
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Vídeo sobre: Judgment of 27 June 2001: LaGrand Case. (Germany v- United States of America).
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Oseberg Oil Field, Oseberg Feltet
 
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Oseberg Oil Field, North Sea, Norwegian Continental Shelf, Nordsjøen Norsk sokkel
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Azinor Catalyst spuds well on Partridge Prospect in the UK North Sea
 
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#oilwire - Azinor Catalyst Limited, the Seacrest Capital Group-backed E&P Company focused on the UK Continental Shelf, is pleased to announce that the 14/11a-2 well on the Partridge Prospect, was spudded at approximately 6:30 a.m. on Aug. 15, 2017, using the Ocean Guardian semisubmersible drilling rig. Azinor Catalyst has a 100% Operating interest in the well. The 14/11a-2 well is expected to take around 30 days to complete and will be drilled to a depth of 2,450 m, TVDSS. It is then the company’s intention to immediately mobilize the Ocean Guardian to the Viking Graben, where preparations will commence to drill a second well, which will appraise the Agar Discovery and includes a sidetrack to test the Plantain Prospect. The Partridge Prospect’s pre-drill recoverable volumes have been estimated at 119 MMboe in the mid case, with an upside case of 260 MMboe.
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Oil Platform IRAN vs. USA
 
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Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf 41st Session 22 Jul 2016 New York
 
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