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Multilateral and bilateral approaches to underwater cultural heritage protection

Multilateral and bilateral approaches to underwater cultural heritage protection
Multilateral and bilateral approaches to underwater cultural heritage protection
The importance of protecting and preserving Underwater Cultural Heritage (UCH) cannot be overstated. However, the relevant international legal framework is far from complete. The aim of this article is to critically analyse different routes to regulating UCH, in comparison with other fields of public international law, such as international trade and investment law, from a theoretical perspective. The main argument put forward is that multilateralism is not always the only or the best way of creating binding rules on the international plane, and that, as in international economic law, ...
Risvas, Michail
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Risvas, Michail
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Risvas, Michail (2013) Multilateral and bilateral approaches to underwater cultural heritage protection. Transnational Dispute Management.

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The importance of protecting and preserving Underwater Cultural Heritage (UCH) cannot be overstated. However, the relevant international legal framework is far from complete. The aim of this article is to critically analyse different routes to regulating UCH, in comparison with other fields of public international law, such as international trade and investment law, from a theoretical perspective. The main argument put forward is that multilateralism is not always the only or the best way of creating binding rules on the international plane, and that, as in international economic law, ...

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Published date: 2013

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Local EPrints ID: 451833
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/451833
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Date deposited: 29 Oct 2021 16:33
Last modified: 12 Dec 2021 16:01

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