Japan and the new ocean regime
Westview Press, 1984 - Business & Economics - 383 pages
Book studys Japan's position in the development of oceanic resources such as food and minerals. It views Japan's role in an international context, particularly as it relates to U.N. policies.
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Japan and the Ocean Robert L Friedheim and Tsuneo Akaha
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