Maritime interception and the law of naval operations: A study of legal bases and legal regimes in maritime interception operations, in particular conducted outside the sovereign waters of a State and in the context of international peace and security

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Fink, M.D.;
(2016)

This thesis is divided into four parts. Part I consists of a general introduction and will start with a brief sketch of the context of naval operations to better understand operational environment in which maritime interception operations are used (Chapter 2), and will ... View more
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    O LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ..................................................................................13 INTRODUCTION: MARITIME INTERCEPTION AND THE LAW OF NAVAL OPERATIONS ...................................................................................................21 Lebanon (2006-present) ............................................................ 61 Libya (2011-present).................................................................. 62 STRAND 2: THE 11 SEPTEMBER ATTACKS................................................. 64 Operation Enduring Freedom .................................................... 65 Operation Active Endeavour...................................................... 66 Operation Iraqi Freedom ........................................................... 67 Multiple MIO's ........................................................................... 67 STRAND 3: FROM AL QAIDA AND TALIBAN TO ENHANCING MARITIME SECURITY 70

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