In this Article, the author argues that the Third United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea serves as a medium for transcultural negotiation of meaning. The author further argues that, even if it produced no treaty or merely legitimates the division of most of the ocean, UNCLOS III will have renewed the hope for the expression of human solidarity and a correspondent commonality of the seas.
Milner S. Ball,
Law of the Sea: Expression of Solidarity,
San Diego L. Rev.
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