oa Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa - The making of a case for the International Court of Justice - Icelandic fishing rights



Before the problem under review can be dealt with, some essential preliminaries must be discussed which shed additional light on the almost obstinate perseverance with which Iceland is defending its 1 972 extension of its fishing limits. A glimpse at what motivates the Icelandic in their legal and economic dispute with Britain and West-Germany will consequently precede the article proper.


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