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The Other Australia/Japan Living Marine Resources Dispute

Inferences on the Merits of the Southern Bluefin Tuna Arbitration in Light of the Whaling Case

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Comparing the 1999-2000 Australia/New Zealand case against Japan's experimental tuna fishing dismissed for lack of jurisdiction with the ICJ’s 2014 judgment against Japan's scientific whaling, Andrew Serdy suggests the scientific flaws in experimental design were similar in both disputes and could have justified a similar outcome in the tuna case.

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