Nbr. 30-1, June 2016
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- Editorial Board
- Cruise Ship Operators, Their Passengers, Australian Consumer Law and Civil Liability Acts - Part Two
- Reviewing Knock for Knock Indemnities: Risk Allocation in Maritime and Offshore Oil and Gas Contracts
- Admiralty Jurisdiction Law and Practice Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia
- Oil and Water - Can the Offshore Minerals Industry and Environmental Protection Ever Mix?
- Charting Our Own Courses: The Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore Journeys in Maritime Law
- Maritime Law in the Asia-Pacific Region
- The European Union and International Maritime Law - Lessons for the Asia-Pacific Region?
- State Cooperation in Combating Transboundary Marine Pollution in South East Asia
- Shipping and Air Pollution: New Zealand's Failure to Ratify MARPOL Annex VI
- The Tokyo Mou: Its Implications for Taiwan
- Openness and Inclusiveness: Nature of Chinese Maritime Law and Legal Practices
- A Study on the Updating of the Law on Carriage of Goods by Sea in China
- Japan's Maritime Law Reform in an International and Regional Context
- Recent Admiralty Decisions in Hong Kong - Are the Courts Ready to Deviate From Their English Predecessors?