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The Publications Of Douglas Milllar Johnston Prepared

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Douglas Milllar Johnston was a creative and insightful internationally-renowned scholar. This chapter includes 143 titles of essays, collections of essays, proceeding papers, periodical articles, and books. Johnston started his publishing career in 1960 with an article on The International Law of Fisheries published in two installments in 1960 and 1963 in the Current Law and Social Problems. This was an outline of his doctoral dissertation submitted to Yale Law School in 1962, and published by the prestigious Yale University Press in 1965 under the title: The International Law of Fisheries: A Framework for Policy-Oriented Inquiries. In addition, Johnstons enormous contribution to international law in general, and the law of the sea and international environmental law in particular, is further substantiated by the articles, essays and papers enumerated in the list of his publications.

Keywords: Douglas Milllar Johnston; international environmental law; international law of fisheries; law of the sea



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