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The Nineteenth Century Law of the Sea and the British Abolition of the Slave Trade

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  • This Study Focuses On British Attempts During The Nineteenth Century To Outlaw The Atlantic Slave Tr
  • For Which It Was Successful
  • After Seventy-Five Years Of Effort
  • It Considers The Lack Of Willingness To Allow Great Britain
  • At The Congress Of Vienna And During The Concert Of Europe
  • To Establish A Universal Treaty Outlawing The Slave Trade
  • As A Result
  • This Mandated A Change In British Tactics
  • Which Would Ultimately Prove To Be Successful – The Establishment Of A Web Of Bilateral Agreements
  • The Study Then Moves On To Consider The Evolution Of These Bilateral Agreements While Highlighting T
  • France
  • Portugal And The United States) Which Were Obstinate In Their Willingness To Join This Bilateral Reg
  • Finally
  • Consideration Is Given To The Move Towards The Establishment Of The 1890 General Act Of Brussels
  • And Thus The Conclusion Of The Decades Long British Foreign Policy Objective Of Auniversal Instrumen
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