Political Aspects of Ocean Ecology: A Chapter of Who Protects the Oceans?
The report discusses some fundamental aspects of politics, outlines the nature of the world political system and its relationship to ecological problems, and points up a number of politically derived problems in bargaining on ecological questions.
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