mare liberum


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mare liberum

a sea open to navigation by shipping of all nations.
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Despite the popularity of Mare Liberum, sovereignty over territorial waters nevertheless remained an important concern.
based on a problematic reading of Mare Liberum and the context in which
In Mare Liberum, Grotius argued the common seas were part of
on just war theory, as expressed on the final pages of Mare Liberum.
Makassar, with its view of mare liberum, effectively utilized ocean trade routes to boost its economy (p.
One important principle that Makassar held was mare liberum, that the ocean is for all nations so that it was open for trade with any country, including those from Europe.
La tesis llamada Mare Liberum fue formulada por Hugo Grocio (1609) cuando era un joven pero ya reconocido jurista holandes (12), Por medio de esa tesis, Grocio rechaza todo reclamo de autoridad nacional sobre el mar y postula la libertad de las naciones de desplegar sus flotas maritimas y comerciar con otras (libertad de navegacion --esto es una libertad basada en una conceptualizacion del mar como res communis y en consecuencia no susceptible de apropiacion--(13) y de comercio).
De esta manera, la oposicion historica se fue diluyendo a medida que se comprendio que ambas tesis no eran necesariamente excluyentes, y se logro reconocer la compatibilidad entre Mare Liberum y el Mare Clausum (22), que es en gran medida lo que fue consagrado por la Convencion del Mar.
In An Abridgement of All Sea-Lawes (1613), supported British fishing rights and mare clausum by answering Grotius's arguments, and was the only response to Mare Liberum to which Grotius himself replied.
85) Justo Seraphim de Freitas, De Iusto Imperio Lusitanorum Asiatico Adversus Grotii Mare Liberum (Valladolid, 1625); C.
He also interestingly points out direct connections between the struggle in the Straits and intellectual debates going on in Europe at the time, especially the famous lawyer Hugo Grotius' idea of Mare Liberum (The Free Sea).
Their Mare Liberum (Review of the History of the Seas), now up to no.