Journal of Territorial and Maritime Studies, Vol. 7, No. 2 (Summer/Fall 2020)

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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.
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Bibliographic Details

Edited by Jongyun Bae
Format: softcover (7 x 10)
Pages: 138
Bibliographic Info:
Copyright Date: 2020
pISBN: 1110070000072
Imprint: McFarland

Table of Contents



Unilateral Trade Measures and the Importance of Defining IUU Fishing: Lessons from the 2019 USA “Concerns” with China as a Fishing Flag State  (Arron N. Honniball) 7

International Regime Complexity in EU–Africa Relations   (Fru Norbert Suh I) 27

The ReEmergence of the Bay of Bengal   (Nitin Agarwala) 49

Regulating the Carriage of Firearms by Private Maritime Security Actors: An Empirical Investigation   (Osatohanmwen Anastasia Eruaga and Maximo Q. Mejia, Jr.) 74

Boundaries and Natural Resources in the Sea: Oil, Boundary Disputes and the Militarization of the Gulf of Guinea   (Chris O. Ikporukpo) 103

Book Reviews 128

Call for Papers and Style Guide 134