Next week the research guide 'Law of the Sea' will be topic of the week. In every research guide there is a tab 'Bibliography' which contains all sorts of relevant bibliographical references to books, articles etc. Sometimes these articles are availabla in a full text version. However, these full text versions can only be read, downloaded or printed within the compounds of the library.

We wonder if it is useful to -sometimes- present a small part of some of these e-articles, e.g. just the introduction or conclusion. To test this, we created two PDF-files each containing just a small portion of two different articles. Both articles appear in the bibliographic section of the above mentioned research guide:

BATES, C., “U.S. Ratification of the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea : Passive Acceptance is Not Enough to Protect U.S. Property Interests”, 31 North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation (2006) 3, pp. 745-792 [just the conclusion]
HENRIKSEN, T. and G. ULFSTEIN, “Maritime Delimitation in the Arctic : the Barents Sea Treaty”, 42 Ocean Development and International Law (2011) 1, pp. 1-21 [just the introduction]

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