Friday, July 8, 2016


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 The Gulf Of Mexico is nearly surrounded by sovereign states which have carved nearly the entire water body into Exclusive Economic Zones under recognized International Law . But under the law as written this leaves two widely separated "doughnut holes" of  unregulated areas in the Gulf. These may pose unacceptable risks to the adjacent coastal states which are addressing the issue of how to dispose of remnants of the commons in virtually enclosed waters.
Gulf of Mexico “doughnut holes”

The Gulf of Mexico has two gaps or “doughnut holes” where national jurisdictions overlap. (Courtesy  US Bureau of Energy Management, US Department of Interior, and the US State Department)

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