The Antarctic Treaty Regime: Law, Environment and Resources

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Gillian D. Triggs, British Institute of International and Comparative Law
Cambridge University Press, Jul 16, 1987 - Law - 237 pages
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The Antarctic Treaty regime is a uniquely successful legal system which preserves Antarctica for peaceful purposes and guarantees freedom of scientific research. This volume based on an international conference, examines the legal, political and environmental issues that it raises. After setting the scene of the Antarctic environment, the early chapters discuss the legal issues involved in the Treaty. Later chapters consider protection of the marine environment and the regulation of mineral exploitation. The book concludes with a discussion of Antarctica and its development.

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