The purpose of this Article is to examine interests involved in the straits question, with emphasis on the interests of the coastal states, and to propose a solution to the conflict. A proposal will be made regarding the question of submerged passage by submarines through international straits. Two assumptions are made. First, the Conference will settle on a territorial sea breadth of twelve miles, and second, that neither group will consider its position on the straits issue so important that it will allow the Conference to fail without making a serious attempt at a compromise.
Passage through International Straits: Free or Innocent? The Interests at Stake,
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