United States under fire for ‘outdated’ treaty

MAJURO Marshall Islands - Twenty-five years ago U. S. fishing boats were the pariahs of the Pacific frequently criticized and arrested for illegal fishing. Then the U.S. government stepped in negotiating a regional fisheries treaty with Forum Fisheries Agency nations that ended years of strife with a model fishing pact . . .

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