The Regime of Straits in International Law

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Contents
List of Abbreviationsxxi
Table of Treatiesxxxi
Table of Casesxli
Table of Relevant Proposals Submitted at UNCLOS IIIxlv
Table of Legislationxlix
Table of Declarations, Resolutions, and Reports of the Secretary-Generallvii
Chapter I Introduction
Chapter 2 The Geographical Criterion
1. Geographical Straits 3
1.1 The Geographical Definition 3
1.2 The Legal Concept 4
2. The Geographical Criterion of International Straits:
(I) Narrowness 5
2.1 Baselines of the Territorial Sea 5
2.2 Straits Enclosed by Straight Baselines are not Necessarily Precluded from becoming International Straits 6
2.3 Overlap of Territorial Waters in Straits or in their Navigable Channels 9
2.4 The Median Line 11
2.5 Thalweg 12
2.5.1 Portland Canal 12
2.5.2 The Beagle Channel 13
2.6 Some Wide Straits may Satisfy the Narrowness Test 13
3. The Geographical Criterion of International Straits:
(II) Connection of Separate Areas of the Sea 15
3.1 Straits between Internal Waters and the High Seas 16
3.1.1 The Case of the Strait of Juan De Fuca and Straits Beyond 16
3.1.2 The Beagle Channel 18
3.1.3 The Indreleia Channels 18
3.1.4 The Kii Channel 19

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