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Recollections Of The 1952 International North Pacific Fisheries Convention: The Decline Of The Principle Of Abstention, Shigeru Oda Nov 2004

Recollections Of The 1952 International North Pacific Fisheries Convention: The Decline Of The Principle Of Abstention, Shigeru Oda

San Diego International Law Journal

Having recently completed twenty-seven years on the bench of the International Court of Justice in The Hague, I have just returned to Sendai, Japan, my home town. Please permit me therefore to offer some personal recollections of the time fifty years ago when, as a graduate law student from occupied Japan traveling on a passport issued by General MacArthur, Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers in Japan, I began preparation of my doctoral dissertation at Yale Law School.


The 1953 International North Pacific Fisheries Convention: Half-Century Anniversary Of A New Department In Ocean Law, Harry N. Scheiber Nov 2004

The 1953 International North Pacific Fisheries Convention: Half-Century Anniversary Of A New Department In Ocean Law, Harry N. Scheiber

San Diego International Law Journal

In the broadest historical perspective, the Convention laid the groundwork for the modern-day norm of multi-lateralist style and structure for sustainable management of ocean resources. It is fitting, then, that a conference bringing together experts on ocean law and policy from many countries would have gathered in 2003 at the University of California, Berkeley to consider the current-day initiatives in multilateralism and, at the same time, to recall their origins and precursors starting with the International North Pacific Fisheries Convention.


Managing Biological Integrity, Diversity, And Environmental Health In The National Wildlife Refuges: An Introduction To The Symposium, Robert L. Fischman, Vicky J. Meretsky Jan 2004

Managing Biological Integrity, Diversity, And Environmental Health In The National Wildlife Refuges: An Introduction To The Symposium, Robert L. Fischman, Vicky J. Meretsky

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Exacted Conservation Easements: The Hard Case Of Endangered Species Protection, Jessica Owley Lippmann Jan 2004

Exacted Conservation Easements: The Hard Case Of Endangered Species Protection, Jessica Owley Lippmann

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