International Politics. by Michael A. Morris. Published August 9th 1979 by Westview Press.
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Personal Name: Morris, Michael A. Publication, Distribution, et. Boulder, Colo. Westview Press, (c)1979. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references. Rubrics: Marine resources Government policy Brazil Maritime law.
For a discussion of Brazilian ocean policy, including EEZ practice, see Michael A. Morris, International Politics and the Sea: The Case of Brazil (Boulder, Colo. Westview, 1979), and "Marine Policy of Brazil," Marine Policy Reports 5, no. 5 (May 1983): 1-4. 9. Ruben de Hoyos, "Islas Malvinas or Falkland Islands: The Negotiation of a Conflict, 1945-1982," in Controlling Latin American Conflict: Ten Approaches, ed. Michael A. Morris and Victor Millän (Boulder, Colo. Westview, 1983), pp. 185-98.
See Michael Morris, International Politics and the Sea: The Case of Brazil (Boulder, Colorado: Westview, 1979) p. .See Tom Forrest, ‘Brazil and Africa: Geopolitics, Trade and Technology in the South Atlantic’, African Affairs, vol. 81, no. 322, January 1982, pp. 3–20. 27. oogle Scholar. 85. For a discussion of Brazil’s position on Antarctica see Therezinha de Castro, Rumo á Antártica (Rio de Janeiro: Livraria Freitas Bastos, 1976)Google Scholar. For a Nigerian view of the ‘SATO’ question, see A. Bolaji Akinyemi, ‘The Need for an African South Atlantic Organisation’, Nigerian Forum, vol. I 1981, pp. 125–30Google Scholar.