During the past two centuries, various states which had previously limited their claims of full sovereignty to narrow marginal seas have also asserted special types of jurisdiction over high seas zones outside what they claimed (or what others accepted) as territorial waters. This comment deals with such claims to contiguous zones of the high seas over which the littoral state asserts authority: which may affect the interests of other states.
Lloyd C. Fell,
Maritime Contiguous Zones,
Mich. L. Rev.
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