Washington Law Review
Fisheries problems in the North Pacific are not new. In the past century, disputes between nations have developed over whaling, fur sealing, halibut and salmon fishing. Currently, crises are again in the making concerning the utilization of certain fishery stocks of this area. The purpose of this comment is to provide a framework of international law of the sea concepts within which the current problems can be examined.
Beverly J. Rosenow,
North Pacific Fisheries Treaties and International Law of the Seas,
38 Wash. L. Rev.
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