Australia and the third United Nations conference on the law of the sea
Bergin, Anthony Samuel
The Third United Nations conference on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS 111) that took
place between 1973-1982 was the most comprehensive political and legislative work ever
undertaken by the United Nations. Arguably the 1982 Convention on the Law of the Sea
that resulted from the conference in terms of the range of interests involved is the most
important multilateral treaty Australia has ever signed after the UN Charter itself.
Australia was an influential player at the negotiations in which...[Show more]
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