Mare clausum

Definition of Mare clausum

Ma´re clau´sum
1.(Internat. Law) Lit., closed sea; hence, a body of water within the separate jurisdiction of the nation; - opposed to open sea (mare liberum), the water open to all nations and over which no single nation has special control.

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