By Edwin Egede

ISBN-10: 3642176615

ISBN-13: 9783642176616

This ebook seeks to fill a spot within the present literature by way of interpreting the position of African States within the improvement and institution of the regime of the deep seabed past nationwide jurisdiction (the quarter) and the concept that of the typical history of Mankind.

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67 The Conference worked through four main Committees – the First Committee (dealing with the regime of the seabed and ocean floor beyond national jurisdiction), the Second Committee (dealing with the general regime of the law of the sea and related topics), the Third Committee (dealing with the marine environment, scientific research and the development and transfer of technology) and the General (1977), pp. 247–269; Oxman (1978), pp. 57–83; Oxman (1979), pp. 1–47; Oxman (1980), pp. 211–256; and Oxman (1981), pp.

365–379. 42 The Constitutive Act had since been signed by all African States, except Morroco. 43 The AU, unlike its predecessor, the OAU, with its Declaration on Issues of the Law of the Sea,44 does not appear to have adopted a cohesive articulated position on the international law of the sea generally. 2 Africa’s Dissatisfaction with the Traditional Law of the Sea African states were clearly dissatisfied with the traditional law of the sea, which in their view, was tilted in favour of the technologically developed maritime states.

36. 52 The Moratorium Resolution, which clearly revealed the divide between the developed and the developing states, declared as follows: “Pending the establishment of [an international regime including appropriate machinery] (a) States and persons, physical or juridical, are bound to refrain from all activities of exploitation of the resources of the area of the sea-bed and ocean floor, and the subsoil thereof, beyond the limits of national jurisdiction; (b) No claim to any part of that area or its resources shall be recognised”.

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