Egypt, Israel and the Gulf of Aqaba in International Law

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Egypt, Israel and the Gulf of Aqaba in International Law

By L. M. Bloomfield
Carswell, 1957
240 pp. $5.00
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A Canadian lawyer discusses the legal status of the Gulf of Aqaba as an international waterway and suggests a U.N. trusteeship over the southern Sinai Peninsula as a solution to the conflicting claims of Egypt, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Jordan.

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