Exclusive Economic Zone

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  • Tmpa Case Study

    had intended to enter Australia and in so being the first country of arrival, it fell upon it give temporary refuge and preliminary screening. Later on, it could have transferred the refugees to a third state for further processing and to send back those who were not deemed eligible. 3. THE CONTIGUOUS ZONES The contiguous zone is the maritime zone adjacent to a state’s territorial sea extending from the outer limits of the territorial sea up to 24 nautical miles. This area is not under the exclusive sovereignty of the coastal state and it maintains the navigational freedoms allowed within the high seas. According to Article 33 of UNCLOS the coastal state is allowed to maintain control essential to “(a) prevent infringement of its cus-toms, fiscal, immigration or sanitary laws and regulations within its ter-ritory or territorial sea; (b) punish infringement of the above laws and regulations committed within its territory or territorial sea”. The contiguous zone is of a specifically functional nature. Migratory issues and the control afforded to coastal states within this zone seek to make prominent the contrast between the two legal regimes which apply within this maritime zone. Firstly, the coastal state has the right to exercise its sovereign powers of prevention when its domestic immigration law is in danger of being violated. Secondly, the state must also comply with its international obligations regarding the customary principle of non-refoulement and the right of…

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  • Budget Limitations Essay

    This lower budget means that small departments can put less officers and less vehicles on the roads. Having less officers means that the departments must break its jurisdiction into larger zones and may not be able to place more than one unit in each zone. This means that officers are further away from back up and response times may be longer than those experienced in the city. Rural departments are unlikely to afford specialized units meaning that bomb disposal, drug cases, and special victims…

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  • Sound In Tarkovsky's Use Of Sound

    to be found in the conventional, civilized world. The scenes that take place outside the Zone are painted in a condemning light. The home of the Stalker, the building and town in which he resides that is slowly exposed to the viewer in the beginning portion of the film, is depicted as an empty, hopeless place. The incentive for this portrayal is the origin of this place’s ruin. While the Zone represents a more organic decay, demonstrative of the inevitable continuation of life, this place is the…

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  • Who Benefits Most From Intellectual Property Rights Case Study

    medical device, technology is altering the landscape of possibility in places where possibilities used to be scarce.”(2013) That mean the advantage would create strong competitive power for the company. So it would be the one of general benefit for company because you can make more money when others company didn’t have the good technology as you have. But it was also mean it would be very important for them because getting more customer would be one of strong competitive force for them. This not…

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  • Ethical Ethics Of Epipen

    The United States drug regulations are a joke. The only developed country I 've heard about that allows monopolies in the pharmaceutical world. Literally allowing them to set their own prices on drugs that have the capability to save one 's life. Recently, I did some research on EpiPens and their outrageous price hike. Knocking on the door on what we may think is unethical and inappropriate. Some may say that Mylan, the company behind the EpiPen cannot be blamed for their actions but in this…

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  • Nike Intellectual Property Rights Case Study

    done so that the workers in the factory can’t unionize to protest their worker’s rights. Since the labor laws in these countries are so poor, Nike only has to pay a fraction of the cost of production if it was done in the United States. The impact of the Punta d Este GATT meeting on today’s intellectual property rights is that instead of the patent insuring the final product of the invention, it insured the entire process including the end result. This made sure that countries could not innovate…

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  • From Goods To A Good Life Analysis

    Madhavi Sunder explores the rich connections between cultural production and human freedom. Sunder states that, “Intellectual property does more than incentivize the production of more goods, the law fundamentally affects the ability of citizens to live a good life”. This book takes a look at intellectual property and develops an understanding that peers further than innovation, and look to understand justice. Sunder believes that current intellectual property laws have been misused to stifle…

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  • Argument Essay: Fair Use Of Intellectual Property

    these works is intellectual property, works which retain any kind of creativity, intellectual effort and originality come within the scope of the national intellectual property laws and international treaties in this area. Not only for the high-tech industry, but also included the mass media, such as TV shows or movies. The definition of the copyright refers to the others cannot copy a specific right of a property, this is usually last for only a limited of time, it involves a kind of exclusive…

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  • Barnacles Observation Essay

    nutrients and lack of diversity within the competition of space and lack of predators. Despite these favourable characteristics, certain limiting factors prevented the organisms from inhabiting the site. Perhaps the most crucial limiting factor was the substrate. Since barnacles secrete an adhesive onto solid rock to withstand high velocity waves and remain sessile, a porous substrate disabled the organism to effectively attach itself to its substrate. Another factor was the competition…

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  • Strength And Weaknesses In Football

    PE Coursework Strengths The sport I have chosen is football. One of my main strengths (components of fitness) in football is my speed. The definition of speed is the ability to move quickly across the ground or moving limbs rapidly to grab or throw. In football, you use your speed for e.g; When you’re attacking and you are dribbling past a defender, you can use bursts of speed to blow past him. This means I get closer to the goal and have a better chance of scoring for me and my team. Also,…

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