This chapter considers maritime security and how we imaging the future and assess, to respond, and distribute risk as a matter of international aw within that field. Maritime security, from the perspective of international law, is principally a question of the international law of the sea. We must therefore begin by considering the relationship of the law of the sea to questions of risk and security and, moreover, questioning whether the law of the sea itself contains a vision of the future, or even the tools for imagining one.
|Title of host publication
|Risk and the regulation of uncertainty in International law
|Monika Ambrus, Rosemary Rayfuse, Wouter Werner
|Place of Publication
|Oxford University Press
|Number of pages
|Published - 2017