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Iceland, Whaling and the U.S. Pelly Amendment: The International Trade Law Context

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Iceland, a non-member of the International Whaling Commission, is considering a return to commercial whaling. It is inevitable that should Iceland recommence commercial whaling that the United States, pursuant to the Pelly Amendment, will threaten the imposition of trade measures against Iceland.

This contribution examines the impact on all nations, most particularly the whaling nations, of both a U.S. decision not to impose an embargo against Iceland and a U.S. decision to impose an embargo against Iceland. In either scenario whaling nations have good reason to be concerned.

Affiliations: 1: Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Victoria, Canada

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2016-09-28

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