A Pole Apart: The Emerging Issues of Antarctica
Examines the expectations from the exploitation of krill and mineral resources of Antarctica and how they will affect review of the Antarctic Treaty by the fourteen member nations. Also examines the chances for this region to be preserved for peaceful use alone, as a common heritage of mankind.
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