Conceptualization of ocean development: the evolution of the law and the naval strategy for sustainability

Victor Barros Correia

Abstract


Taking into consideration the radical changes concerning development in the past century, this work has been formulated to see a new perspective where the ocean can be revived as a fundamental player for sustainable growth and development today. Structured in three sections, this paper goes through the geographers’ vision of the ocean as an original and rediscovered space of society, followed by juridical thought and its application to international ocean governance. That culminates with the capacity to systematically consolidate the different aspects of the military navies and how the navy can be reorganised to fit the reality of ocean sustainability and development. 

 

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Sustainable Development. Navy. Ocean. Governance. International Cooperation.

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