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The Naval Protection of Shipping in the 21st Century: An Australian Perspective

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Abstract


  • This volume examines the legal issues associated with the naval protection of shipping from an Australian perspective. Australia relies heavily on seaborne trade for its economic prosperity, yet has a very small national shipping fleet, instead relying on foreign owned and flagged vessels. The legal issues surrounding how Australian trade might be protected in both peace and war are examined.

Publication Date


  • 2011

Citation


  • S. B. Kaye & L. Bautista, The Naval Protection of Shipping in the 21st Century: An Australian Perspective (2011). https://www.navy.gov.au/media-room/publications/papers-australian-maritime-affairs-2011-0

Place Of Publication


  • https://www.navy.gov.au/media-room/publications/papers-australian-maritime-affairs-2011-0

Abstract


  • This volume examines the legal issues associated with the naval protection of shipping from an Australian perspective. Australia relies heavily on seaborne trade for its economic prosperity, yet has a very small national shipping fleet, instead relying on foreign owned and flagged vessels. The legal issues surrounding how Australian trade might be protected in both peace and war are examined.

Publication Date


  • 2011

Citation


  • S. B. Kaye & L. Bautista, The Naval Protection of Shipping in the 21st Century: An Australian Perspective (2011). https://www.navy.gov.au/media-room/publications/papers-australian-maritime-affairs-2011-0

Place Of Publication


  • https://www.navy.gov.au/media-room/publications/papers-australian-maritime-affairs-2011-0