International Politics and the Sea: The Case of Brazil by Michael A Morris

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3 Because of the special circumstances of such wartime measures, Latin American states usually trace the origin of revisionist trends only back to the Truman Proclamations of September 1945. S. and control" over the natural resources of the continental shelf out to a 200-meter depth, due to its alleged character as an extension of the adjoining land mass. The other proclamation asserted the right of the United States to establish fishing conservation zones in certain areas of the high seas adjacent to the territorial sea.

Sea breadth was deferred to a subseque~t session. 39 . When the ILC returned to consider the territorial sea breadth issue in 1955 at its 7th session, Amado introduced the same proposal again with gr7at success. After extensive discussion of the Brazilian proposal, an amended version was adopted by a 7 to 6 vote: 1. The Commission recognizes that international practice is not uniform as regards traditional limit~tion of the territorial sea to three miles. 2. The Commission considers that international law does not justify the extension of the territorial sea beyond twelve miles.

The growth of Latin American maritime revisionism nevertheless should not be equated with the emergence and development of national ocean p~li­ cies. Numerous Latin American states long reJected much of revisionism, including Brazil, at a time when their ocean policies frequently were largely inactive or inchoate. One can well imagine a Brazil resisted the revisionist momentum longer than other major Latin American states, but an early, if isolated, example of moderate Brazilian revisionism dates back to 1939.

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