By Marco Casagrande
This is the 1st publication to provide a entire evaluate of contemporary seaports from a felony viewpoint. additional, it offers a uncomplicated toolkit for setting up a criminal doctrine of seaports, the tools of stated toolkit being the only a few criminal norms particularly concentrating on seaports, that are tested as such instead of throughout the lens of different, extra proven disciplines, reminiscent of the legislations of the ocean or transportation legislations. it's a first, priceless step towards giving seaports the prestige they rightfully deserve in felony studies.
Despite centuries of foreign legislations reviews and many years of european legislations evolution, seaports have remained caught in limbo. From a legislation of the ocean point of view, seaports belong to the land, an strategy that's usually sincerely mirrored in nationwide maritime laws. the opposite branches of overseas legislations don't concentrate on seaports, because they're thought of to belong to the ocean. The port groups, for his or her half, have availed themselves of the “port specificity” concept.
In fresh a long time, containerization has reworked ports into key hubs of the globalized economic system, but in addition into very important checkpoints of the conflict on Terror, as a result safeguard hazards posed by way of the thousands of sealed bins circulating around the globe. additionally, tragic maritime incidents have proven that seaports are the single trustworthy sentinels of the seas, being the single areas the place the systematic inspection of ships is possible. This has resulted in the adoption of particular overseas and european principles. these ideas, even though, stay fragmented, hugely really good and technical; as such, they're incorrect for growing an natural felony seaport regime: this goal can basically be completed with an important contribution from criminal doctrine.
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Seaports in International Law (SpringerBriefs in Law) by Marco Casagrande