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ARTS1811 Critical Analysis

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Foreign relations Law Government Whaling Whale conservation International Whaling Commission Whaling in Japan Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary Anti-whaling Minke whale Whale Institute of Cetacean Research
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Foreign relations Law Government Whaling Whale conservation International Whaling Commission Whaling in Japan Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary Anti-whaling Minke whale Whale Institute of Cetacean Research
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The IWC has adapted from an institution established to ensure the regulation of the lucrative whaling industry, liable to monitored exploitation, to conservation of the species underlying the prohibitionist norm reducing harvesting quotas to a zero-catch limit. Japan’s cultural history o...
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