The sea as a foreign policy goal? The case of Portugal

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Abstract

Having in mind the holistic approach to all policies related to the seas sought by the Integrated Maritime Policy of the European Union, this book gathers the joint thoughts of specialists in La-bour Law, and Public and Private International Law on its actors, scopes and relations to other policies, focusing on topics such as migrations and labour rights of the gens du mer, maritime se-curity, sustainable fishing and other forms of marine resources’ exploitation such as the blue technology, fight against pollution, business and human rights, fight against organized crime and education in the framework of the blue economy.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRetos presentes y futuros de la Política Marítima Integrada de la Unión Europea
EditorsLaura Carballo Piñeiro
Place of PublicationSpain
PublisherJ. M. Bosch Editor
Pages715-736
Number of pages22
ISBN (Print)9788494763984
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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    Sousa, P. P. (2017). The sea as a foreign policy goal? The case of Portugal. In L. Carballo Piñeiro (Ed.), Retos presentes y futuros de la Política Marítima Integrada de la Unión Europea (pp. 715-736). Spain: J. M. Bosch Editor.