Citizen Action For Global Change: The Neptune Group and Law of the Sea
A study of the effectiveness of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in international and national arenas. The author analyses the work of three US-based NGOs, known collectively as the Neptune Group, and in particular, the group's efforts during the United Nations Conference on Law of the Sea.
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Setting the Stage
Getting Started and Mobilizing Influence
Opposing Unilateralism in Washington
Gaining Legitimacy at the United
Helping to Shape the Treaty
Winning and Losing on Capitol Hill
Seeking to Counteract the Reagan Shocks
Assessing and Learning from
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