Perspectives on Ocean Policy : Conference on Conflict and Order in Ocean Relations

By: Law of the Sea)

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(Law of the Sea). Perspectives on Ocean Policy : Conference on Conflict andOrder in Ocean Relations, October 21-24, 1974, Airlie, Virginia. Washingto n, DC: "Prepared for the National Science Foundation by Ocean Policy Project, The Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC, (1975). Pp.(),iii-x,1- 435,(3). 8vo, off-white illustrated card covers. Contents : Introduction (by Robert E. Osgood). Session I : The Catacas Session in Review: Remarks on theSecond Session of the Third Law of the Sea Conference (by The Honorable Jo hn R. Stevenson); Commentary by Merrll Englund, Leigh Ratiner, Ann L. Hollick, and Thomas Clngan. Session II : The Role of Force in the Ocean (by Laurence W. Martib); Commentary by Linton Wells II. Session III : Regional Appproaches to Law of the Sea: 1. The European Community (by Michael Hardy); 2.Latin America (by Francisco Orrego Viscuna); 3. Africa (by Francis Njenga) . Session IV : The North-South Split and the Law of the Sea Debate (by Roger D. Hansen); Commentary by Terry Leitzell. Session V : The Economics of the Law of the Sea Debate: 1, An Economist's View of the Oceans (by Richard Cooper); 2. Commodity Shortages and the Ocean (by C. Fred Bergsten); 3. Distribution Systems for World Fisheries: Problems and Principles (by Francis T. Christy); 4. Environmental Policy and theb Ocean (by Charles S. Pearson).Session VI : Ocean Rule-Making from a World Perspective (by JHoseph S. Nye , Jr.). Session VII : Alternative Appproaches to Orde: 1. Treaty and Non-Treaty Approaches to Order in the World Ocean (by H. Gary Knight); 2. International Ocean Organizations and Their Regulatory Functions (by David A, Kay); Commentary by Harvey B. Silverstein and Robert Stein. Session VIII : Geography and the LOS Decline: 1. Geographical Factors and the Patterns of Alignment (by Lewis Alexander); 2. Pprotection of Coastal State Interests vs. the Preservation of International Interests (by The Honorable J. Alan Beasley and Louis Henkin). Session IX : Congres and a Law of the Sea Treaty (by The Honorable Claiborne Pell and The Honorable ERnest F. Hollings). Session X : Fuuture Pprospects for Law of the Sea: 1. Coments on Caracas and Predictions for the Future (by The Honorable Arvid Pardo); Commentary by Stuart McIntyre, Richard Faggioli, and Samuel R. Levering); 2. The Financial Approach and the Law of the Sea (by John Norton Moore). Closing Remarks (by Robert E. Osgood). Spine browned, covers rubbed, else very good. 35.00

Title: Perspectives on Ocean Policy : Conference on Conflict and Order in Ocean Relations

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