It is now almost six years since the adoption of the LOS Convention and over ten years since the general acceptance of unilaterally extended fisheries jurisdiction, but we are still only in the early phases of working out the implications of these events for wealth and other value distributions. Establishing national fisheries regimes is a difficult and time-consuming task, even for the leading developed nations.
William T. Burke,
Coastal State Fishery Regulation under International Law: A Comment on the La Bretagne Award of July 17, 1986 (The Arbitration between Canada and France),
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