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Moragoda International Law Trust donates law book to KDU
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Govt set to enact new maritime law

Bangladesh is set to enact a new law on maritime affairs on the back of the two verdicts from the international tribunal and court of arbitration, which have settled the long-standing disputes with Myanmar and India over the control of seas. The ... New Age Bangladesh, 3 days ago
International entities for Maritime Careers Day Ship Management International, 5 days ago

14 images for international maritime law

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Japan Times

Japan working with foreign coast guards for safer seas

When Japan makes its case for the rule of law and tries to ensure maritime security, the spotlight often falls on its Self-Defense Forces, an armed organization whose use of force is strictly limited under the pacifist Constitution. But no less ...
 Japan Times4 hours ago How Japan can help the Philippine Coast Guard  ABS-CBN News2 days ago
Shipping Tribune

Treatment of PCASP under the Maritime Labour Convention, July 2014

The Maritime Labour Convention 2006 (the MLC) came into force on 20 August 2013. The UK became the 41st International Labour Organisation (ILO) Member State to ratify the MLC, having done so on 7 August 2013. The UK's ratification brought with it ...
 Lexology1 week ago Belize ratifies the ILO Maritime Labour Convention, 2006  Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide1 week ago Government of Belize ratifies the ILO MLC  Safety4sea1 week ago Ireland, Belize Ratify ILO Maritime Labour Convention  Shipping Tribune1 week ago

Nurturing democracy and development with law

THE interplay of law, democracy and development is at once complex and enduring. Negotiating the nexus between that trinity of sorts is invariably a tricky proposition better reserved for eggheads. Little wonder then that Law In Motion: Nurturing ...
 The Guardian Nigeria1 week ago
Business Recorder

China says spy ship operations 'in line with international law'

Monday, 21 July 2014 08:10 Posted by Shoaib-ur-Rehman Siddiqui BEIJING: Beijing has defended its dispatch of a spy ship to international waters off Hawaii, near where Chinese vessels are taking part in a US-led naval exercise ...
 Business Recorder1 week ago China says spy ship operations in line with international law  Business Recorder1 week ago Spy ship operations 'in line with international law': Beijing  Hong Kong Standard1 week ago China defends spy ship operations, says in line with international law  Malay Mail1 week ago

Bangladesh; India: Court Awards Control of Maritime Region

Alternative dispute resolution; Boundaries; International affairs; International organizations; Treaties and International Agreements/Maritime - On July 7, 2014, the Permanent Court of Arbitration, which is located in The Hague, issued its ...
 Library of Congress1 week ago Anti-terrorism centre chief visit reinforces longstanding cooperation with INTERPOL  Interpol5 days ago Hague court settles India, Bangladesh maritime dispute  Sify3 weeks ago
Offshore Technology

Not oil tankers, oil rigs behind tar ball menace: Coast Guard

"it's highly unlikely that oil tankers are washing their tanks and dumping oil into the ocean, as international maritime laws are now stringently enforced.
 Times of India1 month ago Territorial tensions in offshore waters - global flashpoints in the quest for oil  Offshore Technology20 hours ago Solons seek probe of MARINA's failure to collect oil pollution fund from oil tankers despite oil spill incidents  PH House of Representatives2 days ago Peak Oil Review - July 28  Resilience2 days ago
Shipping Tribune

Indian shipping industry awaits maritime labour law ratification

Much like mariners of yore waiting for monsoon winds to set sail, the Indian shipping industry awaits parliament's ratification of the international Maritime Labour Convention so as not to lose out on merchant traffic, according to industry leaders.With India ...
 Prokerala6 days ago Shipping industry awaits maritime labour law ratification  SME Times5 days ago

IMB reports worrying trend of small tanker hijacks in Southeast Asian waters

The Piracy Reporting Centre of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Maritime Bureau (IMB) raises concerns over a worrying trend of small tanker hijacks in its 2014 half yearly report released today. Globally, 116 incidents of ...
 Individual.com6 days ago

A priceless maritime heritage

THE Straits of Malacca and Singapore Strait have been vital shipping routes for international trade for hundreds of years. The region around the Straits of Malacca and Singapore Strait is steeped in a long and continuous history of trade, shipping, ...
 New Straits Times3 days ago
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