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Jun 22

United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS): Should Conservatives Support or Oppose Ratification?

Location: The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium

President Bush has re-issued his request that the Senate give its advice and consent to the United States' ratification of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea.  Conservatives have effectively prevented Senate consideration of UNCLOS in the past.  Given the Administration's renewed request, the question is whether conservatives should continue to oppose ratification.

Join our distinguished panelists as they attempt to answer this timely and important question.

More About the Speakers

Frank Gaffney
Founder and President of the Center for Security Policy

John Norton Moore
Walter L. Brown Professor of Law,
University of Virginia School of Law, and
Director of the Center for National Security Law and the
Center for Oceans Law and Policy

Baker Spring
F.M. Kirby Research Fellow in National Security Policy,
The Heritage Foundation

Rear Admiral William D. Baumgartner
Judge Advocate General,
U.S. Coast Guard

Edwin D. Williamson
Senior Counsel,
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP and former State Department Legal Adviser

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