Science, Technology, and Sovereignty in the Polar Regions
Gerald S. Schatz
Lexington Books, Jan 1, 1974 - Antarctic regions - 215 pages
A revised collection of papers, originally presented at a colloquium of the Antarctican Society of Washington D.C. in 1973, on legal implications of scientific investigation in the polar regions.
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Some International Legal Considerations
The Historical Background
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