The Third UN Conference on the Law of the Sea defined the rights and duties of nations in the use of the world’s oceans. Ireland played a key role in achieving international consensus on many of the intractable issues addressed, and this book is the first to present a narrative account of the conference from the point of view of the Irish.
Subjects: Law, History
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