Journal of Territorial and Maritime Studies, Vol. 4, No. 2 (Summer/Fall 2017)

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Journal of Territorial and Maritime Studies is a peer reviewed, interdisciplinary journal that examines global territorial and maritime issues from a range of fields including geography, history, political science, international law, regional studies and peace studies. Founded by the Northeast Asian History Foundation, JTMS is under the editorship of Yonsei University, and is published twice each year in winter/spring and summer/fall issues. Back issues are available to U.S. individuals for $40 and to U.S. institutions for $120. Subscribers outside the United States add $20 for additional postage. Back issues are subject to availability.

Bibliographic Details

Edited by Jungmin Seo

Format: softcover (7 x 10)
Pages: 144pp
Bibliographic Info:
Copyright Date: 2017
ISSN: 2288-6834

Table of Contents

Legal Status of the Airspace Over an Indeterminate Territory:
The Case of the Spratly Islands (Herbert Aclan Loja) 7
Insecurity in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG): Reinventing the Past
to Explain the Origin and Development of Maritime Insecurity
(Fru Norbert Suh I) 32
Maritime Disputes as a Test of Communist Party Legitimacy
(Peter Murphy) 52
Corporate Social Responsibility: All at Sea (Vaibhav P. Birwatkar) 66
The Use of Force at Home and Abroad Through Diversionary Foreign
Policy: The Case of Preah Vihear (Myungsik Ham and Elaine Tolentino) 87
Litigating to Negotiate Access to the Pacific Ocean: A Study of the
Bolivia v. Chile Case (Miriam Cohen and Mareike Klein) 106
Territorial Sea Limits in the Singapore Strait (Vivian Louis Forbes) 119
The Future of the Central Arctic Ocean: Protection Through
International Law (Stefan Kirchner) 135
Call for Papers and Style Guide 140