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This ebook examines the foreign legislation of excessive seas fisheries within the mild of the negotiations of the 3rd United countries convention at the legislation of the ocean, the nation and overseas perform that and its effect at the 1995 Straddling shares contract. This contract and comparable advancements are mentioned intimately, really when it comes to the interactions with the specific fiscal region and the advent of environmental views that experience ended in significant conceptual alterations within the felony method of fisheries and useful strategies within the box.
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See generally J. A. Gulland, ``The concept of maximum sustainable yield and ®shery management,'' FAO Fisheries Technical Paper, No. 70, 1968. Convention on the Law of the Sea, Art. 61(3). , Art. 61(4). , Art. 62(1). On Arts. 61 and 62 of the Convention on the Law of the Sea, see generally The Law of the Sea: Conservation and Utilization of the Living Resources of the Exclusive Economic Zone. Legislative History of Articles 61 and 62 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea, Of®ce of Legal Affairs, United Nations, 1995.
61 With the basic terms of the debate set out in the early part of the century, it would take the best part of its second half to ®nd the negotiated solutions under international conventions. 63 The Geneva Conference of 56 57 58 59 61 62 63 È cking at the 1925 meeting of the League of Nations Committee of Proposal by Schu Experts for the progressive codi®cation of international law, as commented upon by Gidel, Le Droit International, at 27±28. League of Nations, Committee of Experts for the Progressive Codi®cation of Ân International Law, ``Exploitation of the resources of the sea,'' report by JoseÂ Leo Suarez, January 1926, American Journal of International Law, Special Supplement, 20, July 1926, at 231.
55 Schu proposed the creation of an international bureau that would keep a 51 52 53 55 For a discussion of Article 62 of the Convention on the Law of the Sea, see Burke, The New International Law, at 62±68; and E. D. Brown, The International Law of the Sea, Vol. I, at 222±224. Treaty for the Preservation and Protection of Fur Seals, Washington, 1911, British and Foreign State Papers, Vol. 104, at 175. 54 Birnie and Boyle, International Law, at 495±502. , at 502. For a discussion of the proposals by Alvarez and Colombos at the International Law Association Stockholm meeting of 1924, see Gidel, Le Droit International, Vol.