International Law and the Antarctic Treaty System

Pirmais vāks
Cambridge University Press, 1992 - 483 lappuses
This book provides an invaluable up-to-date survey of the legal framework for Antarctic activities, written by an author with direct practical experience of the Antarctic Treaty system. Reflecting the increase of activity in the area, the work examines the basic Antarctic Treaty of 1959 and the subsequent major additional treaties and regulatory measures to provide a clear and authoritative picture of the Antarctic legal system as a whole. The author demonstrates how these legal arrangements make an important contribution to international law generally notwithstanding the unique characteristics that set Antarctica apart.
 

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Saturs

CONSTITUTIONAL EVOLUTION
9
CONSTITUTIONAL EVOLUTION
39
DISPUTE SETTLEMENT
89
TERRITORIAL QUESTIONS
111
List of maps and illustrations
116
THE ANTARCTIC SEAS
141
JURISDICTION ENFORCEMENT AND LIABILITY
165
NONMILITARISATION AND NON
205
PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT
253
LEGAL STATUS OF THE ANTARCTIC SYSTEM
291
The Antarctic Treaty 1959
301
The Convention for the Conservation of Antarctic Seals 1972
308
The Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine
319
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