AIDCPAgreement on the International Dolphin Conservation Program
References in periodicals archive ?
58) The AIDCP is a regional treaty regime, and thus arguably only a state or another entity with international legal personality, such as an intergovernmental organization, could be a "member," if indeed "member" means a party to the constitutive instrument of the regime.
Although reversing the panel on whether the AIDCP is "open"' to all WTO members, and failing to take account of the complexities just discussed, the Appellate Body did (to its credit) elaborate a broader framework for understanding the meaning of "international standards" in TBT 2.
The AIDCP sought to achieve five major goals, many of which were founded upon objectives first established by the La Jolla Agreement.
The AIDCP and the Panama Declaration created a deep division in the environmental community over the tuna-dolphin debate.
The Commission had initially stated that it would not approve the AIDCP agreement until it had joined the Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission.