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Important occasions such as the First and Second United Nations Conferences on the Law of the Sea missed the opportunity to provide the solutions sought at the time. In so far as freedom of ®shing in the high seas continued uncontrolled, the trend was away from the prospects of international cooperation and towards extended coastal states' claims. The Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea proceeded differently and managed to achieve important solutions, while providing at the same time the framework for further advancement of the law, as has happened precisely with the issue of high seas ®sheries.
Birnie and Boyle, International Law, at 506. ''76 In fact, to the extent that the 1958 Convention did not provide effective answers only the freedom of ®shing envisaged in Article 2 of the 1958 Convention prevailed as the governing rule on the matter, a situation that would not stand the pressures at hand on law of the sea questions. Extended coastal state jurisdiction would follow soon thereafter together with new compromises and conservation approaches that came to characterize the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea.
For a discussion of the principle of abstention see Oda, International Law, at 56±90. 69 Flag-state jurisdiction stood unabated as the sole source of authority over vessels in the high seas in spite of its poor record in ensuring enforcement of international obligations. The concept of these states being required to adopt conservation measures was therefore ¯awed in terms of its practical meaning. 72 No means of enforcement on foreign vessels in the high seas were made available unless this could be achieved under special agreement.