Security at Sea: This is a mixture of my own research into maritime security issues, and includes articles, videos and images of interest from other sources.. Feel free to use these, including my articles and post graduate research (thesis) as long all are correctly attributed to the relevant author.
modern treaties have generated more domestic controversy for less reason than
the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. By codifying generous
rights and freedoms of navigation throughout the world's oceans, the treaty
promotes global trade, economic prosperity, and naval mobility. It is a
commonsense guide to 71 percent of the Earth's surface, and for that reason it
has been accepted by 161 nations, including Russia, China, France, and the
United Kingdom. But not the United States....(continued)