With a two-person staff and dozens of devoted volunteers, we accomplished a decade’s worth of milestones in 2020, and we plan to achieve a lot more in 2021. In the… Read More »How Seasteading Frees the World in 2021
TSI research reveals how seasteads fit within the requirements of the major international maritime conventions that most flagging countries have ratified. Meeting the described specifications will help seasteads find a home on flag registers without forcing them to meet standards designed for large voyaging ships engaged in transport, fishing, or other resource extraction processes.
Robert Mongole, a second year law student at LSU, recently finished his legal paper, “Seastead Strategies for Preventing Litigation in the United States.” Prior to completion, Mongole also authored three introductory blog… Read More »A Brief Overview of Potential Seastead Litigation in the United States
This blog post is part of an ongoing series (see part 1 and part 2) examining how a seastead might limit the risk of being sued in the court system… Read More »Seasteads Without Selection Clauses in Their Contracts