By: Robert L Friedheim
The task of the United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea (1967-82) was to create a new ocean regime. Negotiating a treaty required more than 150 nations. The resulting treaty, composed of 320 articles plus 7 major annexes, represents the final product of the largest, longest, and most complex formal negotiation in modern times. This book analyses both the substance of the problems at hand - what should be done about the oceans - and the process of bargaining and negotiating.
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