The 1952 Brussels International Convention on the arrest of ships for maritime claims and on jurisdiction. Important steps for the unification of maritime law
Pelayia Yessiou-Faltsi
The bunkers convention and limitation of liability
Ling Zhu
Contemporary views on the lawfulness of naval blockades
Martin David Fink
Piracy at sea and the limits of international law
Rytis Satkauskas
The Japanese Act on the Punishment of and Measures against Piracy
Jun Tsuruta
On the interaction between law and science: considerations on the ongoing process of regulating underwater acoustic pollution
Irini Papanicolopulu
Dispute settlement in the law of the sea, the extended continental shelf in the Bay of Bengal and the CLCS: some preliminary observations on the basis of the case Bangladesh/Myanmar before the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea
Ioannis Konstantinidis
Evidence in international adjudication: map evidence in territorial sovereignty dispute cases
Romulo R. Ubay
The IWC moratorium on commercial whaling was not a value judgment and was not intended as a permanent prohibition
Joji Morishita and Dan Goodman
Iliana Christodoulou-Varotsi: Maritime safety law and policies of the European Union and the United States of America: antagonism or synergy?
Constantine Katsigeras

The Aegean Review of the Law of the Sea and Maritime Law brings together the research in the fields of the law of the sea and maritime law by viewing them as interrelated legal disciplines. It welcomes studies of high quality that examine the legal regulation of marine space and its use by humans, especially in relation to navigation and shipping, at the international, regional and national level. The Review publishes original research articles that examine these issues from a theoretical, historical, comparative or case-study perspective, while relevant survey articles, book reviews and court decisions will also be included.