Publication Date: June 1982
Publisher: Heritage Foundation (Washington, D.C.)
Author(s): Roger A. Brooks
Research Area: International relations; Law and ethics
Keywords: Energy and environment
The U.S. Delegation was justified in refusing to approve the Draft Convention of the Sea Law treaty, and in declining to concede damaging, and what eventually would have been unacceptable, compromise in the Convention. Now that the Delegation has made its stand, the Administration should hold its ground against those who will be pressuring the U.S. to reconsider and sign the treaty.
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