Mr. Zedalis examines the international legal prescriptions regulating peacetime military uses of ocean space other than passage through straits used for international navigation. He contrasts the approaches to possible regimes set forth in the 1958 Conventions and in UNCLOS III and assesses each. Finally, he advances which proposal is the most desirable.
Rex J. Zedalis,
Military Uses of Ocean Space and the Developing International Law of the Sea: An Analysis in the Context of Peactime ASW,
San Diego L. Rev.
Available at: https://digital.sandiego.edu/sdlr/vol16/iss3/6