The highlights of the year for the Institute were, in order of occurrence, the Washing- ton, D.C., workshop in January on the tanker war in the Persian/Arabian Gulf; the twenty-second annual conference of the Institute at the Narragansett Bay Campus of the University of Rhode Island, the Institute's birthplace; and finally, the Moscow workshop, held in November and December. The 1989 conference, as well, can be encompassed in this report-it is to be held at Noordwyke aan Zee, the Netherlands, in June, and will concentrate on the roles of international organizations in the ocean regime. WORKSHOP ON THE PERSIAN/ARABIAN GULF TANKER WAR In late January 1988, just under 100 persons from the legislative and executive branches, the diplomatic corps, and certain nongovernmental public organizations met at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Building to analyze the fate of the world's merchant fleet in the Persian Gulf. The meeting was under the com- bined sponsorship of the Law of the Sea Institute and the Council on Ocean Law. The President of the Law of the Sea Institute, Professor Thomas Clingan, mod- erated the discussion, which featured, in alphabetical order, Burdick Brittin of the Council on Ocean Law, speaking on
Ocean Yearbook Online – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1989
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