Monster from the Deep: Return of UNCLOS

The argument against ratification of the whole UNCLOS seems to be overwhelming, but for reasons that have not been fully argued in public.

Issue: Fall 1994

In December of 1982, after about nine years of negotiation, a comprehensive United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) was concluded at Montego Bay, Jamaica.

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