Successful management of shared fish stocks depends on countries’ collaborative efforts and adaptation to a changing world.
Laser pointing is separated from firing a missile with hostile intent by a mere split second – this is what makes such an action so dangerous.
International law does not meaningfully address biodiversity conservation in the high seas. We risk losing marine species before we have a chance to identify and understand them.
The legacy of colonialism’s unfinished business has now migrated to the Indian Ocean.
Negotiations regarding a legal framework for the oceans – an area covering roughly half the Earth’s surface – are being dominated by OECD members.