By Edwin Egede
This e-book seeks to fill a spot within the current literature via interpreting the function of African States within the improvement and institution of the regime of the deep seabed past nationwide jurisdiction (the region) and the concept that of the typical background of Mankind.
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Conscious that the problems of ocean space are closely interrelated and need to be considered as a whole. ”. 65 The General Assembly by several Resolutions requested the Secretary-General of the United Nations to convene the UNCLOS III. For instance, see General Assembly Resolutions 2749(XXV) of 17 December 1970; 3029 (XXVII) of 18 December 1972 and 3067 (XXVIII) of 16 November 1973. See also generally Stavropoulous (1983), pp. 11–20. 66 There were ten other sessions. See the Final Act of UNCLOS III.
44 These “complex” of factors or “political contexts” can be seen in African States’ involvement, engagement and contribution to the development of the regime of the Area and the concept of the CHM. 45 This point was emphasised by Engo in respect of the negotiations on the regime of the Area when he declared: “. we are not here merely to write a business arrangement to facilitate exploitation of the sea-bed resources by the industrially rich and powerful nations. 46 42 See Miles (1977), p. 159 at 162 and generally, Friedheim (1993), pp.
As at 7 March 2002, there were 43 signatories and 57 parties, including Kenya (20/6/1969), Lesotho (23/10/1973), Madagascar (31/7/1962), Malawi (3/11/1965), Mauritius (5/10/1970), Nigeria (26/6/1961), Senegal (25/4/1961), Sierra Leone (25/11/1966), South Africa (9/4/1963), Swaziland (16/10/1970) and Uganda (14/9/1964). asp. 24 The Fisheries Convention, made up of 22 articles, was adopted on 26 April 1958 and entered into force on 20 March 1966, see (1958) Am J Int Law 52:851–858. As at 7 March 2002, there were 35 signatories and 37 parties, including Burkina Faso (4/10/1965), Kenya (20/6/1969), Lesotho (23/10/ 1973), Madagascar (31/7/1962), Malawi (3/11/1965), Mauritius (5/10/1970), Nigeria (26/6/1961) Senegal (25/4/1961), Sierra Leone (13/3/1962), South Africa (9/4/1963) and Uganda (14/9/1964).
Africa and the Deep Seabed Regime: Politics and International Law of the Common Heritage of Mankind by Edwin Egede