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The effects of default, transfer, and withdrawal provisions on JOA exits: should I stay or should I go? (2019)
Journal Article

Default, transfer of interest or rights, and withdrawal are prima facie three distinct clauses in a Joint Operating Agreement (JOA). They serve different purposes and are subject to different conditions. But at the same time, they may all lead to a p... Read More about The effects of default, transfer, and withdrawal provisions on JOA exits: should I stay or should I go?.

Forcible acts by states towards non-state actors operating in disputed waters: beyond the limits of international law? (2019)
Journal Article

The obligation of States to not use force against other States is well established in international law both on land and at sea. Unless authorized by the United Nations Security Council or based on self-defence, non-compliance with this rule is a bre... Read More about Forcible acts by states towards non-state actors operating in disputed waters: beyond the limits of international law?.

Private oil companies operating in contested waters and international law of the sea: a peculiar relationship (2018)
Journal Article

This study investigates whether non-state actors, particularly private oil companies, possess any international rights and obligations while operating in contested waters. The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) provides certain... Read More about Private oil companies operating in contested waters and international law of the sea: a peculiar relationship.

The Impact of Judicial Delimitation on Private Rights Existing in Contested Waters: Implications for the Somali-Kenyan Maritime Dispute (2017)
Journal Article

This article raises concerns about the impact of judicial delimitation on private exploratory rights existing in contested waters. These concerns stem from the tendency of judges to disregard any non-geographic factors during the process of maritime... Read More about The Impact of Judicial Delimitation on Private Rights Existing in Contested Waters: Implications for the Somali-Kenyan Maritime Dispute.