This is the fourth report of the Subcommittee on International Law and Relations ("Subcommittee") of the Advisory Committee on the Law of the Sea with respect to pending negotiations on Law of the Sea and particularly the Third United Nations Conference on Law of the Sea ("Conference"). This Article briefly reviews the work of the principal Conference committees at the third and fourth substantive sessions of the Conference held in New York from March 14 through May 7, and from August 2 through September 17, 1976, respectively; continues with a discussion of dispute settlement and a brief report on the present status of the Revised Single Negotiating Texts at the end of the second New York session and concludes with a summary outlining some of the more difficult problems that will be before the Conference when it resumes in its fifth substantive session in New York in May, 1977.
John T. Rapporteur,
Afterword: Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea: Report on the 1976 New York Sessions,
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