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Hilary Charlesworth and Christine Chinkin

in Cuba. 15 The potential for these actions to provoke significant international disputes between itself and its trading allies has not deterred the United States from taking strong steps against trafficking in drugs and in property once owned by Americans in Cuba. 16 The general myopia with respect to the human rights of women and labour conditions of female migrant

in The boundaries of international law

alia, to’ the construction, equipment and seaworthiness of ships, the manning of ships, labour conditions, the training and qualifications of crews, the use and maintenance of signals, and the prevention of collisions. In taking such measures, each flag State is required ‘to conform to generally accepted international regulations, procedures and practices’ (art. 94(5)). The meaning and significance of

in The law of the sea