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Piracy - Research Guide International Law

La piraterie existerait depuis l’époque romaine et aurait ses racines dans le secteur de la pêche. Certains actes de pirateries étaient autrefois traités comme des actes de délinquance, tandis que d’autres étaient un moyen légal de pillage en temps de guerre (corsaires). Dans les faits, comme le travail du pirate et celui du corsaire était [...]

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International Water Law: Recent Developments

International Water Law: Recent Developments

International water law is on the move. It is evolving with increasing importance despite its relative youth as a subject of public international law. The entry into force of the 1997 Watercourses Convention and the recent amendment of the 1992 Water Convention to open it up to non-UNECE States have given a boost to this field of international law. It is important and encouraging to see that the recently established universal norms have been nurturing each other and have inspired new agreements on individual river basins and aquifers. Further cooperation is still needed, however. International law is a recognized means for supporting and developing this.

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