This introductory chapter begins with a discussion of the ocean relationship between the United States and Canada. It identifies the best known and most important of the Canadian–U.S. international ocean law disputes, and the reluctance of both countries to resolve international legal disputes. An overview of the subsequent chapters is presented. Maritime boundaries, rights of navigation disputes, and fisheries are discussed.
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