Regional Cooperation: The Needs of the South

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Regional Cooperation: The Needs of the South

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1. E. M. Mrema, Africa and Its Maritime Boundaries: A Study of Maritime Boundary Delimitation Problems in Africa, master's thesis, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1990, pp. 60-61.

2. Ibid., pp. 24-54. 3. "Guinea-Guinea-Bissau Maritime Boundary Award, 14 February 1985," Inter- national Legal Materials 25 (1986): 123.

4. Mrema (n. 1 above), p. 58; Douglas M. Johnston, The Theory and History of Ocean Boundary Making (Kingston, Jamaica: McGill Queen's University Press, 1988), pp. 226-27; Kenneth P. Beauchamp, "The Management Function of Ocean Bound- aries," San Diego Law Review 23 (1986): 630.

5. Johnston (n. 4 above). 6. Unpublished report prepared by the Office for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea on Integrated Policy for Tanzania, United Nations, New York (1988).

7. Jean-Pierre Levy, "Towards an Integrated Marine Policy in Developing Coun- tries," Marine Policy 12, no. 4 (October 1988): 326-42.

8.IndianOceanNews (IOMAC) 2, no. 1 (June 1988): 21.

9. First Ministerial Conference on Economic, Scientific, and Technical Coopera- tion in Marine Affairs in the Indian Ocean in the Context of the New Ocean Regime, 20-28 January 1987, Colombo, Sri Lanka, Final Document, IOMAC-l/A/22.Rev. 33.

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