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Extended Maritime Jurisdiction and Its Impact on South Asia

Shyam, Manjula R. (1981) Extended Maritime Jurisdiction and Its Impact on South Asia. Social Science Working Paper, 369. California Institute of Technology , Pasadena, CA. (Unpublished)

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Extension of zones of national jurisdiction under UNCLOS III has increased maritime contiguity among Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. It raises possibilities of conflict on boundary delimitation, transnational stocks and pollution and also presents opportunities for joint efforts in the exploration and exploitation of marine resources.

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Additional Information:Published as Shyam, Manjula R. "Extended maritime jurisdiction and its impact on South Asia." Ocean Development & International Law 10.1-2 (1981): 93-112.
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