'Leaving the Corsair's name to other times:' How to enforce the law of sea piracy in the 21st century through regional international agreements

Goodman[a], Timothy H.
January 1999
Case Western Reserve Law Review;Winter99, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p139
Academic Journal
Examines the enforcement of the law of sea piracy in the 21st century through regional international agreements. Legal historical background of sea piracy; Current threat of piracy; Policy grounds supporting the Piracy Charter Concept.


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