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In its historic seventy-fifth session in September, many issues were discussed by the leaders of the world, mostly through video-conferencing. Presided over by Volkan Bozkır, a Turkish diplomat and politician, the deliberations of the Assembly revolved around the new challenges brought on by...
Editorial note: Due to unforeseen circumstances, we were unable to include the 2019 report in last year’s volume, and, for that reason, it is included here. 2019 Report (1) Introduction The IUCN is a membership union uniquely composed of both government and civil society organizations. It...
(1) Fish Subsidies Based on the mandate fixed under the ministerial decision from the WTO’s eleventh ministerial conference, and the United Nations (UN) 2030 Sustainable Development Goal Target 14.6 for eliminating subsidies to illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing and for...
At the fourteenth extraordinary session of the World Heritage Committee on 2 November, a decision was made to postpone the forty-fourth session of the Committee by one year due to the coronavirus outbreak (Decision 14 EXT.COM 4). The forty-fourth session, which has been rescheduled to take place...
In Jurisdiction in International Fisheries Law, Simone Vezzani sets out to examine evolving trends and new challenges in the allocation of jurisdiction in international fisheries law. Here, the author understands jurisdiction to include prescriptive, adjudicative, and enforcement jurisdiction.1...
International Marine Mammal Law, by Nikolas Sellheim, is an admirable undertaking. Consisting of nine easy-to-read chapters, Sellheim’s passion for marine mammal conservation is evident throughout the book. From the outset, Sellheim acknowledges that the book avoids academic jargon to ‘make it...
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